They are used in a multitude of modern electronics from double to as many as eight or ten connections... Nope I dunno what they are called either, but there must be a supply...
Generically speaking they're 'box' or 'shroud' (pin) headers but they come in a multitude of pin spacing and key configurations.
I suspect they're 2mm pitch but looked through Mouser and couldn't find one I was sure of. If it is
2mm then this one looks like the pin header http://www.harwin.com/include/downloads/drawings/M22-220.PDF
but the geniuses don't bother mentioning what the mating part series is.
Again, if it is 2mm then this Molex also looks like the header http://www.molex.com/webdocs/datasheets/pdf/en-us/0894010210_PCB_HEADERS.pdf
and they spec the 87369 Crimp Housing here http://www.molex.com/webdocs/datasheets/pdf/en-us/0873690200_CRIMP_HOUSINGS.pdf
and it specs which crimp terminals to use with it.