Tech Juice or “Jugo de Tecnologia” on TigerDirect TV gives you a Spanish twist this morning. Yendi reports about Blue Link – the Hyundai technology that let’s you control your car from the app your smart phone and Asus’ new gamer laptop. Today’s deal is crazy!
That Friday feeling got Yendi doing her happy dance on Tech Juice this morning. Its always a good time at Tigerdirect TV. We speak about the official release of Samsung’s Galaxy S3 and a few launch dates in the gaming world. Check out Tiger’s deal of the day – in time for Mother’s Day!
Its Monday on Tech Juice at TigerDirect TV! Yendi gives us the low down on the GeForce GTX 690. Barnes & Noble and Microsoft are not partners for e-Reading after a $300 Million Deal. Check out TigerDirect’s Deal of the Day!
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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.