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The Circuit City and CompUSA brand names will finally be discontinued on December 30th, thanks to a move by their owners at Systemax to consolidate its brand image under its Tiger Direct brand.
Tiger Direct will sell the retail box upgrade to Microsoft's Windows 8 for $48 for one hour only on Black Friday 2012 in its stores, while also selling the OEM version of Windows 8 at a discount.
A woman discovered her 'new' Verizon phone was used when she found dozens of images of naked men on it, only for the same Verizon store to then sell her mother a used iPhone 4S as 'new' a year later.
If you really want to get a cheap HP TouchPad, you are in luck as the TigerDirect web site has a batch they will sell, along with some extra items, for a bundle price of $279.99.
CircuitCity lives again, or at least the name does. As of May 23 the site has gone live again offering the types of products that you would expect from the defunct mega-retailer. While...