Toshiba World's Fastest Data Transfer Speed Sdxc And Sdhc Memory Cards

Toshiba World's Fastest Data Transfer Speed SDXC and SDHC Memory CardsToshiba has announced the launch of a new class of high performance SDHC class memory cards compliant with UHS-I, which is the ultra high speed interface in SD memory card standard ver. 3.0 capable of delivering data at a rate from 25 to 104MB per second.

The newly launched EXCERIA™ comes in three different series Type 1, 2 and HD.

Speed Uehara Takako To Marry Et-king Member

SPEED Uehara Takako to marry ET-KING member SPEED member Uehara Takako (29) is getting married. Newspapers report that she will tie the knot with a member of hip-hop group ET-KING, though further details will be announced later today.

Sony Commercializes Transferjet Compatible Lsi Offering A 350mbps Transmission Speed And The Industry's Highest Receiving Sensitivity

Sony Commercializes TransferJet Compatible LSI Offering a 350Mbps Transmission Speed and the Industry's Highest Receiving SensitivitySony Corporation ("Sony") today announced the commercialization of "CXD3271GW" LSI, for use in the close proximity wireless transfer technology TransferJet™. This LSI realizes a 350Mbps transmission speed*1 and the industry's highest receiving sensitivity*2, while also contributing to reduced power consumption, reduced parts count and smaller sizing of the sets, all to enhance its suitability for mobile devices such as smartphones.

Speed Skating: Sakai Wins Women's 1000 World Cup Short Track Title

Speed skating: Sakai wins women's 1000 World Cup short track titleYui Sakai won the women's 1,000 meters in the World Cup short track season despite finishing sixth in the last meet on Sunday.   The 24-year-old Sakai is the first Japanese to win a title on the World Cup circuit, the Japan Skating Federation said.   "It's not something I was aiming for so I'm a little surprised myself," said Sakai, who had come in fourth a day earlier.

Japan's High-speed Rail System

Japan's high-speed rail system The Shinkansen (???, new trunk line) is a network of high-speed railway lines in Japan operated by four Japan Railways Group companies. Starting with the T?kaid? Shinkansen (515.4 km) in 1964, the network has expanded to currently consist of 2,387.7 km (1,483.6 mi) of lines with maximum speeds of 240–320 km/h (150–200 mph), 283.5 km (176.2 mi) of Mini-shinkansen lines with a maximum speed of 130 km/h (81 mph), and 10.3 km (6.4 mi) of spur lines with Shinkansen services. The network presently links most major cities on the islands of Honshu and Kyushu, with construction of a link to the northern island of Hokkaido underway.

Speed Skating: Nagashima Takes 2nd In World Cup

Speed skating: Nagashima takes 2nd in World CupVancouver Olympic silver medalist Keiichiro Nagashima made his second podium finish in as many days Sunday, placing second in the men's 500 meters following his victory in the same event at a World Cup meet in Salt Lake City.   Nagashima, who claimed his first title of the season on Saturday, timed 34.57 seconds to finish 0.03 behind Dmitry Lobkov of Russia. American Tucker Fredricks came third in 34.60.