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Looking for advice re: video and audio transfer via laptop

We want to be able to transfer our videotape to DVD and our records and tapes to CD. We also need a laptop. It would be great if we found a laptop with the cards and software to accomplish the video and audio.

Function Creep: The weeds of the Great Tech Revolution!!!

Just the other day as I was driving to work I got a phone call from cell phone provider. The girl on the other end was cheery and polite and full of well whatever cheery and polite telephone sales girls are full of and she proceede to question me about my service and my product satisfaction. To which I told her that I was generally happy with my service then the phone went dead. A dropped call. So I figured she’d move on and that would be that, but to my amazement she called back.

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Charity PC Race X: Podcast

Prize Check for 10,000 dollars, direct to the Winners favorite charityThe TigerDirect Charity PC Race went off without a hitch this year in it’s tenth season at the Wynn Resort in Las Vegas, Nevada. While the video coverage is still pending, we decided to give you what we got: the podcast! We have the competition and awards podcast listed below as well as links to the complete pre-event coverage for two full hours of coverage.

The event was hosted by Dave Graveline of the Into Tomorrow Consumer Electronics Radio Show and the pre-event coverage was hosted by Mark and Chris of the show. This years winner: Charlie Demerjian – of Theinquirer.net.

TigerDirect Charity PC Race – 2007

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Tech News Wrap Up For The Week Of January 22, 2007

Let There Be Wi-Fi for Everyone

BuffetInternet Service Provider Earthlink said this week that they are in the process of negotiating a contract with the City of Atlanta to build, own and operate a municipal wireless network. Atlanta, home of Earthlink for many years, is also making efforts to provide qualified residents with discounted Internet access. Earthlink will offer upload and download speeds of 1Mbps.

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Vista: A view or prospect seen through a long NARROW avenue or Passage…

Windows Vista FlagThis is part of a definition for the noun “Vista.” And as the release date for Microsoft’s new operating system approaches I am, like many of you, begining to do my research as to whether I should buy Vista or not. In my research I am feeling an undertone of a sentiment creep into my mind as to “why should I be bothered with this?” Let me explain. Let’s say computers as we know them didn’t start to take off until 1995 with the introduction of windows 95 culminating with XP. Every new rendition promised so much, and in fits and sputters they mostly delivered. Except that each release or new product was a flawed product.

Now Vista is supposed to be “fixed” and protected. If history shows anything is that it won’t be. The only thing it will have going for it is that it is new. And really are we doing anything better with our computers that we weren’t already doing? Editing video, writing, number crunching, database building and on and on into the great cyber vistas. Which I remind you is a “view or prospect, esp. one seen through a long, narrow avenue or passage, as between rows of trees or houses.”

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Flash or Substance?

Macromedia Flash surely has some valid uses on a web site. I just haven’t found any of them yet. Well, that’s not exactly true. If, after I click on a search result, I’m presented with a Flash intro — especially one that takes two minutes to load over broadband — I know immediately that this is not a site I’m interested in.

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Americans Unconcerned With Online Film Piracy

Americans do not seem to care about fleecing the film industry for their products.A recent poll show Americans less than concerned about illegal movie downloading. Most Americans regard the illegal downloading and distributing of Hollywood movies as something on par with minor parking offenses, according to a report issued Wednesday. The Digital Life America survey polled about 2,600 Americans between June and late September.

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Feel Lost Without The Net? The Nokia NSeries Is The Perfect Tablet For the Addicted Masses!

Do you need the internet to feel sane? Then you need a Nokia N800 NSeries Internet Tablet. The Nokia N800 Internet Tablet exemplifies the epitome of technology, style and portability. The N800 easily connects to the Internet via Wi-Fi or compatible cellular phone.

Enjoy the Internet on a portable size tablet with a high-resolution widescreen display in the palm of your hand. Effortlessly make Internet Phone calls, check & send e-mail, instant message and so much more with the Nokia N800. You can also access Internet media at home or on-the-go with the Nokia N800′s high quality stereo audio.

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Tech News Wrap Up For The Week Of January 15, 2007 (Part 2)

With so much news in one week, it’s nearly impossible to get it all in one article. TigerDirectNews Feature Editor John G. brings us more. Ed.

ENV Hydrogen fuel cell powered motorcycle from HondaThe World’s First Purpose Built Fuel Cell Motorcycle
With fuel prices on the rise, maybe it’s time for a change. We’ve seen hybrid cars from manufactures like Honda, Toyota and Lexus – but how about something even better. Introducing the world’s first purpose built fuel cell motorcycle – the ENV. The ENV is nearly emission free because it runs on Hydrogen. A single tank can last up to 100 miles in urban use. The ENV only has one gear, so it’s easy to ride for the novice and fun to ride for the advanced. The frame of the ENV is created out of hollow-cast aircraft grade aluminum and the rear mono-shock suspension is hidden in the swing-arm itself.

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Tech News Wrap Up For The Week Of January 15, 2007

Hurricane force winds crossed Europe from west to east this week, causing HavokBlack Hats Up On Current Events Launch Virus Wave
Virus writers attacked thousands of computers on Friday with a Malware program that a security company has dubbed the “storm worm”.  The difference between this attack and others like it was the tag line of infected emails sent to victim computers: “230 dead as storm batters Europe”.  While the worm essentially functions as a Trojan horse, allowing unapproved access to the computer for theft or spam production, this marks one of the first times virus writers have used such relevant current events to legitimize their spam email.  The storm in question blew winds up to 120 mph through Europe, causing deaths across the continent due to falling debris and traffic accidents.  The actual death toll is well, well under 230, however.

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