TigerDirect TV teamed up with Samsung to bring you the LIVE Samsung Galaxy Tab II Launch Event at Tiger Direct in Miami. We had food trucks, Y-100 LIVE, two Galaxy II Tablet give-aways and much more! Stay tuned for more events with tons of give-aways hosted by Tiger Direct TV!
Pioneer has been bringing you affordable high-end car audio equipment for years, and you’d think they’d have hit a wall by now. Not even close! The Pioneer DEHP5000UB CD Receiver sets a new high water mark for affordable head units.
With connectivity for MP3, iPod, and USB devices, the DEHP5000UB is much more than just a CD player. With three pre-outs and MOSFET 50 watts x4 to power your interior speakers, this is a great unit upon which to build your system. Hint: it’s also the perfect replacement for your old factory receiver as well!
Dr. Gadget was at K-EARTH 101 in California on Friday, May 2 and gave away a Lenovo Veriface enabled notebook with some other great prizes.
The Lenovo Veriface enabled notebook provides some great features – like keeping people out of your computer if they don’t have your password – which is YOUR FACE!.
AT&T was announced as a big winner in the FCC Auction of frequency for next generation wireless services, and with AT&T expecting to deliver AT&T 3G services to nearly 350 major U.S. markets by the end of the year, they are already planning for the years ahead when our bandwidth needs are greater and more digital mobile services are in use.
With broadband speeds in the hundreds of Megabits – this is no slow connection and promises much for the future of wireless.
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!
Ever wished you could plug your USB devices in across the room, and not clutter up your desk? Hereâ€™s the solution. Itâ€™s called the 4-Port USB 2.0 Wireless Hub with Adapter, and itâ€™s only by Iogear. One of the first Wireless USB solutions, the IOGEAR Wireless USB Hub & Adapter kit allows your desktop or laptop to wirelessly communicate with printers, scanners, cameras, game controllers, flash drives, external hard drives, and other USB devices.
Computer America, the nation’s longest-running nationally-syndicated radio show about computers was gracious to have TigerDirect appear again on their show and talk about the world of products at CES 2008 on January 16th.
As always, host Craig Crossman and co-host Carey Holzman fielded questions along with TigerDirect’s Lonny Paul from listeners by phone and email. Listen to the show podcast and keep listening for more about TigerDirect and Computer America!
Computer America with Craig Crossman is a nationally syndicated radio show – and on September 27, Sr. Editor of TigerDirect News appeared on the show to help the host celebrate his birthday! During the show, Lonny talked about the Logitech Wave Wireless Desktop and gave away two of them along with an Ultra 14-in-1 MP3 player to some of the show’s callers.
To listen to highlights featuring Logitech’s Wireless Wave Desktop from the show, download the clip here.
Having the biggest and brightest monitor is all well and good, but in an emergency situation, it wonâ€™t help much. I know, Iâ€™ve been hunkered down during a hurricane, listening to a friend whine about how much Warcraft he was missing out on. While I could care less if my friendâ€™s Rogue or Warlock lost […]
Google is expanding its already far reaching clutches intoÂ other advertising.Â Google Inc. has started testing a radio advertising service that represents the Internet search leader’s attempts at expanding its financial clout beyond the Web.Â Announcing Thursday that it will help sell advertising on more than 700 radio stations in more than 200 U.S. metropolitan markets, […]