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MMC

Abbreviation for:
macrophage-mediated cytotoxicity
massive myocardial calcification
methylmercuric chloride
migrating motor complex
minimum medullary concentration
mitomycin C
Modernising Medical Careers, see there 
mucosal mast cells
mucosal-type mast cells
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The latest version of SD Card Recovery has a completely new, intuitive step by step wizard interface.
Samsung will offer the new microSD cards in May 2015 with SD cards to follow, further strengthening its presence in the global memory market including Korea, U.S., China, Europe and other regions.
Web File Access enables consumers to use a web browser to remotely access files stored on SD cards or USB storage drives plugged into the router.
It's $40 with a 2GB SD card includedway less than what you'd have to shell out after a fender bender
You can look at the contents of the SD card on your computer, digital camera or digital photo frame so if anything untoward does happen, you will be able to provide real hard evidence to the authorities of what actually took place.
The new 2GB microSD dual adapter pack (SDC/2GB-2ADP), consisting of a 2GB microSD card, a microSD to miniSD card adapter and a microSD to full-size SD card adapter, costs GBP27.30 (ex.
Additional features include direct PC connection with USB interface for easy data and ID transfer; SD card slot for data transfer; multiple sound effects including reverberation, chorus and equalizer; and 32 note polyphony, synthesizer and mixer function.
said Thursday it will put on the market April 8 the D-snap, a mobile digital handset that can play music transferred from compact disks onto an SD card.
Joseph Unsworth, analyst, Semiconductor Memories for Gartner Inc., notes: "The recent success of the SD Card in the retail channel is in line with my expectations of the SD Card becoming the leading flash card format.
Mini SD Card Connectors and adapter from Molex Incorporated offer a small memory card device for mobile phones and other portable products.
QUALCOMM's MSM6xxx chipsets and system solutions, including those that support the SD card architecture, are all highly integrated solutions that eliminate the need for separate, dedicated multimedia processors.
Like Palm, more than 200 companies, including Panasonic, Toshiba and SanDisk, have committed to supporting the SD card standard for use in multiple consumer products.