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Sony pushing another proprietary format

Nokia, Samsung and Sony Ericsson are among a group of companies backing a new memory standard. Called Universal Flash Storage, it would apply to both internal and removable memory; in the case of the latter, it would theoretically eliminate the need for adapters bridging different card sizes, such as SD and microSD. The group is also working towards dramtically improving power consumption and data density, as well as access times. As an example of its goal, the group says that while it can currently take three minutes to copy a 90-minute HD video, this time could be shrunk to seconds with UFS.

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frizshizzle3511d ago (Edited 3511d ago )

Bad Editing: (6 minutes ago)
title made up by angry fanboy...
Reported by: AllroundGamer

Bad Editing: (13 minutes ago)
Huge difference between proprietary and standard. Correct the title.
Reported by: XENOCIDE

Bad Editing: (14 minutes ago)
Use original title
Reported by: sticky doja

Other: (17 minutes ago)
Flamebait. This isn't proprietary it is open standard. Do your research.
Reported by: frizshizzle

Bad Editing: (20 minutes ago)
Original title.
Reported by: Satanas

Bad Editing: (29 minutes ago)
Fix title.
Reported by: frizshizzle

Bad Editing: (33 minutes ago)
FIX THE TITLE! Original is: "Nokia, Sony, others push new memory standard" Nice try, fanboy. That was pathetic.
Reported by: Arkham

MikeGdaGod3511d ago

oh i know. i just meant this will start another arguement about something unimportant that has almost nothing to do with gaming

socomnick3511d ago

Hasent sony had a really bad track record on pushing formats. I think none of their formats has ever succeeded in the market. Blue-ray could be their first one but its no longer looking that way.

MrSwede3511d ago

Well this time it´s backed by 3 of the top 5 cellphone makers. Nokia has over 40% of the market so this format is here to stay.

strongbad14413509d ago

you're totally right. it's not like they popularized CDs and DVDs in game systems. </sarcasm>

Charlie26883511d ago

Nokia...Nokia...Nokia
Samsung...Samsung...Samsung

Bebop3511d ago (Edited 3511d ago )

This universal memory is being jointly developed as stated in the article by THREE companies & not just Sony (Inc. Samsung & Nokia). It would seem that it will offer compatibility benefits to the consumer which can only be a good thing as i am personally tired of multi -card readers. Heading of this article is incorrectly being sensationalistic & joining the bash Sony bandwagon. N4G should stop trash like this being posted just for the sake of having news.

**EDIT**
Above commenter's are plain ignorant or stupid as they fail to see this is a "Joint Development" as clearly stated in the article. A venture by the largest players in the mobile market -including the king NOKIA.

MrSwede3511d ago

Thank you! Case closed. Bubbles.

Greysturm3511d ago (Edited 3511d ago )

Lets see if they can acomplish it. To all detractors yeah i wonder why people push new technology when there is a risk of failure since come on who wants to make money, its like microsoft trying to get into japan why do it right?

Below: look for the definition of sarcasm

More propietary formats = More money.

sticky doja3511d ago (Edited 3511d ago )

Because more Japanese customers = more Japanese games.

Edit: My bad, alot of people on this site would state something like that and mean it. Also its hard sometimes to find sarcasm in text, you know without the whole Facial expressions and tone of voice thing.

Cat3511d ago

@doja: I think grey was being sarcastic. at least i hope he was.

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