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The Blu-Ray Disc Association released new specifications back in April for storage of up to 128GB of write-once capability for Blu-Ray discs and 100GB in RW format. Now it seems that the media is actually coming out – thanks to Sharp.
Computer America and CompUSA have teamed up to provide two people with some of the hottest mice on the planet!
Craig Crossman announced on May 1st that two lucky people will win a Gold and Diamond encrusted X54 Mogo Media Mouse. This is the awesome new mouse that conveniently stores inside your Express Card slot on your notebook and is always ready for use by just flipping down it’s “kick stand.”
Computer America is the longest running syndicated radio show exclusively all about computers – and CompUSA was there this Wednesday to talk about the All-New CompUSA, upcoming store openings and other exciting changes. The CompUSA Director of eCommerce appeared for the ‘Wednesday Madness’ show and was able to pitch his 2¢ in on the debate of Vista.
Show co-host Carey Holzman resoundingly argues against upgrades to Vista on existing XP machines, and I tend to agree. While I don’t think Vista is something you need to ‘avoid’ by any means – I love Vista. But as with anything, a new car, bicycle, etc. – you take a little bit to get settled in, figure out all the controls and get comfortable. Listen to the full two hours of the show right here!
“Sometimes, though, you may already have a computer, and just need to upgrade it. For you, your greatest resource is TigerDirect.com. They carry nearly every computer part you could ever want, and at lower prices than even Wal-Mart, and especially less expensive than your local computer store or BestBuy. For example, a 320GB hard drive costs only $79.99 on TigerDirect, while WalMart.com asks for $159.98 for the same amount of space. For reference, a 320GB hard drive can hold over half a million high resolution pictures.” [quotes from Associated Content]
Breaking from the rest of the recording industry, EMI Group said Monday it will begin selling songs online that are free of copy-protection technology through Apple Inc.’s iTunes Store. The deal, however, doesn’t include music from the label’s biggest act, The Beatles. iTunes customers will soon be able to buy songs by the Rolling Stones, […]
TigerDirect has just received confirmation that they will be appearing (Sr. Editor Lonny Paul, that is) on the Computer America nationwide radio show on April 10 with host Craig Crossman. TigerDirect has been a regular guest of Computer America for several years and is the Official Technology Provider of the show.
Tune in on the Business Talk Radio Network or Lifestyle Talk Radio Network – or listen live online. Check out Computer America’s website for more details.
Let There Be Wi-Fi for Everyone Internet 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 […]