Happy FRIDAY!!! Tech Juice on Tigerdirect TV brings you your favorite hostess with a Leica Camera in honor of the M Monochrome release. Also, the USPS has placed a ban on shipping items with Lithium Ion batteries overseas. Today’s TigerDirect Deal is perfect for Mother’s Day!
This is kind of a good-news, bad-news story. The good news is that Sony Pictures Television will be the first Hollywood studio to offer full-length movies on your AT&T cell phone. In May, they will launch the service, and the company says that it will offer a “wide-range” of popular titles. The company noted that the titles will be streamed with advertisements.
Wasn’t it just last year that RIM (Research In Motion), BlackBerry’s maker, suffered a technical failure that brought the system down for more than ten hours? Well, it happened again yesterday to about 4 million U.S. and Canadian customers, idling thumbs across North America for fewer hours, but with no less pain. In the end, it was a new software installation (an upgrade that was designed to accelerate e-mail processing) that was the culprit in the RIM systems.
Cell Phone Service providers will soon start shutting down the oldest of the industryâ€™s cellular networks starting in February of 2008. The shutdown concerns only the largely outdated Analog networks.
The shutdown will probably not affect you. Hereâ€™s some of the criteria: If this sounds like you please for heavenâ€™s sake go buy a new cell phone or home security system. Weâ€™re all worried about you!