How about Lola. It means nothing. In some countries it's a woman's name. It would attract women because of the name (identity projection) and it would attract men because the name sounds subconsciously "sexy"
In order to address a logo design project to it's fullest it would be better to discover a name first. Otherwise we are all here spending time doing graphics for something that may or may not work for you. For example, perhaps the graphics in a submission works better than the name? or vice versa. I feel that if you continue on this route you will have a difficult time in achieving your goal. I noticed you chose Binary bid as one of your top choices. Binary is specific to coders and is a windows based language, binary has nothing to do with online shopping. I think you chose this logo based on appearance rather than concept or meaning (the logo does look nice, but continued...
Cavin - you are not hacking me at all ;-) Listen....what we are fighting for? Actually you can not choose name, you only can choose from the small amount of still unregistered names and too deep meaning is impossible. HarwardLaw ask for .com, but 4 stars rated cyberbox.com and cybershop.com are already registered. digibag pixelbasket etc mostly all of your proposals are also registered....so what?
I never checked my names out.. I am not fighting. lol. in my opinion HL should make this specifically a contest for naming the company at the same prize amount, once a name is established then post another contest for a logo. What is the point in giving 4 stars to cyberbox when its something that can't be used? or iBid. These designs should be in the rejected pile. And maybe HL likes the design? I am not sure.. but this is where things for the contestants get confusing overall, I am wondering? does he like the design? does he like the name? is it the colour? etc.