If your data doesn’t comply – it doesn’t fly! With every corporate scandal or headline holding executive accountable for misused customer data for financial fraud, are YOU in compliance? Because of corporate fraud in the 90s, congress passed legislation to stop companies from cooking their books. It literally changed the way companies tracked and reported [...]
In today’s TigerDirect News Update, while everyone is getting their last minute holiday gifts, others are looking forward to what kind of gifts potentially may arrive this holiday season. Today’s Headlines include: NYC Taxis to get web access and televisions iPhone released – and it’s not an Apple product Boeing laptop theft pushes individual privacy [...]
Today, everybody wants lightening fast Internet service for as little as possible, but with so many companies vying for your business, how do you know which choice is ultimately the best decision for your needs? Cable or DSL?
Both Internet services are available in most areas and both cost relatively the same amount each month, depending on where you live. What makes one better than the other?
In this weekend’s news we find that holiday vacations may be costing your company big bucks, yet shutting off your PC can help the environment.
- Power Down your PC and Save some Trees
- Winner of Time Magazine’s Person of the Year
- NYC users to pay for purchases with their cellphones, and
- Vonage achieves E911 for 93% of US customers
Welcome to today’s TigerDirect News Update for December 15, 2006.
In todays news:
- South Korean parental control of Cellular Accounts
- Nintendo recalls 3.2 Million Wii Straps
- PhotoShop CS3 beta released
- Broadband by Blimp seemingly full of hot air
For more than a century, the telephone has helped people miles apart reach out to each other. Thanks to ongoing improvements in technology and design, most Americans still consider the home phone – a must have. Listen to the full story from Dave Graveline with Todayâ€™s Into Tomorrow Tech Update! Tech Update Podcast for 12-15-06 [...]
Welcome to the TigerDirect News Update for Thursday, December 15, 2006. In today’s news:
- Skype Starts Billing
- Gartner predicts Vista is last ‘major release’ of Windows
- Jaxtr provides phone-to-phone communication without breaching privacy
- and having a ‘Camel’ at the airport in Turkey may have a whole new meaning
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News from the Netherlands on the new retro-gaming service woomb.net that is offering classic Japanese games – in English. Many early Japanese games either were translated poorly or never made it to US soil – now, they are all properly translated and available to you! Listen to the full story from Dave Graveline with Todayâ€™s [...]
Check out Into Tomorrow’s Dave Graveline and all the crew in the latest Into Tomorrow Features Update including KOA’s broadcast to 49 stations on the NBC Network….
This is the TigerDirect News Update for Wednesday, December 13, 2006.
Today’s podcast includes:
- Nano Sized Memory from IBM Runs Faster with Less Power
- UCLA hacker gains over 500,000 student and staff records
- Texas wants to give hunting rights to the blind
- and Microsoft encourages robot builders with new Operating System