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Futures My Desire

A holographic desktop PC that I can carry with me anywhere. To open, turn on, and begin interacting with hands and fingers with holographic images, whether setting in an airplane, train, bus stop or opera. To interact with holographic images, manipulating files, jpegs, .gif, surfing, this kind of technical advancement is my dream as well […]

Looking For A New Phone? The PEBL Rocks!

Is your fashion sense stuck between cell phone design and a hard place? You need to check out the Motorola PEBL, as our intrepid Lonny Paul and Amber have both done in this installment of TigerDirect’s video blog. Use the PEBL to refine your mobile style. Motorola PEBL colors let you make a personal style […]

Looking For The Right Cable? Come On Down To Tiger Direct!

The Powers That Be in todays uber-wired world would have you believe that the most important part of your computer is the CPU. Or the Operating System. But anyone who’s ever bought a snazzy new peripheral and then sat there, looking from the tip of the connector to the back of their PC and back […]

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. The 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 […]

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

Black 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 […]

Bloggers Keep on Bloggin’

Could blogging be near the peak of its popularity? The technology gurus at Gartner Inc. believe so. One of the research company’s top 10 predictions for 2007 is that the number of bloggers will level off in the first half of next year at roughly 100 million worldwide. Continued… Source: Chicago Tribune