LG and SanDisk Work Together on Content Protection Scheme
LG and SanDisk have created a new content protection service that will allow mobile network operators to disseminate or preload content onto removable memory cards — such as microSD or M2 — in mobile phones. The content could not, however, be played in phones and/or devices that are not part of the the operator's network. In other words, if content is pushed from T-Mobile, it could be used on other T-Mobile phones, but not phones from AT&T. It works by allowing IP connectivity to the memory card in the handset. The memory card serves as a network node that is remotely manageable by the operator using industry-standard TCP/IP and OMA Smart Card Web Server. This service enables memory cards to authenticate user credentials via data on the SIM card. No network operators have said they will use or deploy this technology.
SanDisk Debuts 400 GB MicroSD Memory Card for Phones
SanDisk today introduced a microSD card with a capacity of 400 GB. It has more storage than any other mobile memory card, according to SanDisk.
SanDisk Debuts Two 256 GB MicroSD Cards
SanDisk today announce two new high-capacity microSD memory cards for smartphones, tablets, and other devices. Both cards offer 256 GB of storage for photos, music, movies, and other content.
SanDisk Says Latest MicroSD Card Is 3X Faster
SanDisk today announced the Extreme Pro microSDXC UHS-II card for mobile devices. The Class 10 card meets UHS Speed Class 3 and can deliver transfer speeds at up to 275Mbps.
Google’s New Pixel Phones to Ship with Embedded eSIM
Google today revealed that the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL handsets will include an optional, built-in eSIM card, allowing people to bypass the use of traditional SIM cards. According to Google, the eSIMs will be compatible with its own Project Fi service.
SanDisk Shows Off New USB Drive for Android Phones
SanDisk today announced the SanDisk Ultra Dual USB Drive 3.0, a flash drive that features a standard USB connector for computers and a microUSB connector for mobile devices. Android device owners can connect the drive directly to the USB port of their phone and transfer content from the phone to the drive or vice versa.
In a perfect world
It would also have GPS on 24/7 so they could tell if anyone was up past curfew.. The government and AT&T has their hands in everyone's pocket and phone, and both.
An excellent answer....
wow thats sad