First News Briefs: SanDisk, Google, Cincinnati Bell, EarthMake
SanDisk announced new enhancements to the iNAND Extreme, available in capacities of up to 128GB. iNAND Extreme offers sequential write/read speeds up to 45/150 MB/s, and random write /read speeds up to 800/4K IOPS.
EarthMake today introduced the arLCD. The arLCD is a way to add a touchscreen Graphical User Interface to Arduino based projects used in the IOT “Internet of Things” and Maker marketplaces. The arLCD “all-in-one” modular design unites a 3.5 inch color LCD, touchscreen, 16-bit GPU (Graphics Processing Unit) and mounting bracket, with the Arduino development environment.
Cincinnati Bell today announced the addition of the BTN2Go app to its TV Everywhere service, offering a free 24/7 live simulcast of the Big Ten Network (BTN) and more.
Google has made its Quickoffice mobile apps free for download and is including 10 extra GB of Google Drive storage for users who sign in using their Google account before Sept. 26.