Briefly: Besting Sandisk's (or is it Western Digital's?) 200GB microSD card announced last year, Samsung just announced a $US250 ($340) 256GB microSD card boasting read and write speeds of up to 95MB/s and 90MB/s, respectively. Which means that when it's officially available come June, you'll be able to cram over 39 terabytes into a Rubik's Cube. [Samsung via The Verge]
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