Iomega is increasing the capacity of its PocketZip technology from 40MB to 100MB. Drives and disks will be available in the third quarter. PocketZip, formerly known as Clik, is removable storage meant for digital audio, video and imaging devices. The Iomega MP3 player HipZip uses PocketZip, for example. The 100MB disks will cost $10 each and are meant to compete with solid-state memory cards, which are more expensive but can be used in a larger variety of devices.