SanDisk: more extreme than ever. In case the 20Mbps sustained read/write speed of SanDisk's Extreme III memory cards is too slow for you--despite the fact that most cameras can't even write that fast--the company recently announced the Extreme IV line of flash memory cards, which is rated for a sustained read/write speed of 40Mbps (a.k.a. 266X). The line launches this week with 2GB ($160), 4GB ($320), and 8GB ($640) CompactFlash cards, though SD cards will likely follow eventually. In case you don't like life in the fast lane, SanDisk will continue to make and market both the Extreme III and Ultra II lines.
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So, what's next for 3Com?. 3Com executives say they expect revenue to be in the $550 million to $600 million range in the fourth-quarter of this year. They expect the company to become profitable by next year in the fourth quarter of fiscal year 2002. While 3Com's older equipment, such as PC adapter cards, still make up a big chunk of the company's overall revenue, some analysts say they expect the new markets 3Com plays in to eventually take off--and help with the company's turnaround efforts. "We believe the worst is behind 3Com as the company continues its restructuring and focuses on its new growth markets," said Paul Sagawa, of Sanford C. Bernstein.
Visa Europe's new token service also paves the way for Apple rivals, specifically Google, The search giant announced Monday that its Google Wallet service would join forces with Softcard to expand its reach among mobile-phone users and retailers, Like Apple Pay, Google Wallet and Softcard both use tokenization to secure your credit card information, Rolled out in October, Apple Pay is the company's first entry into the world of contactless payments, Using an iPhone 6 or 6 Plus, which are equipped with the necessary near-field communications technology, you can pay for an item simply by waving your iPhone iphone screen protectors glass near an NFC-enabled payment terminal or device, You store your credit card information in your iPhone, and then your card is charged once you make the transaction, But the right security is critical to ensuring your credit card information is protected, hence the need for tokens..
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