Rumors have been swirling around about a new YouTube Music streaming service for quite some time, and we’ve been hearing that Google would officially announce the service in March, probably at SXSW. Now it turns out that might not have been completely accurate. YouTube’s head of music, Lyor Cohen, will definitely still be speaking at […]
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After a little bit of back and forth, it appears that the White House's meeting with the video game industry is on. At today's press briefing, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders confirmed that a meeting will take place this Thursday,…
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A Normal Lost Phone is the kind of indie game that seizes a tricky niche (mobile gaming) and leans into the form factor for a unique experience — a Gone Home or Life Is Strange that takes place entirely within a mock phone interface. The game will l…
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To say that the second season of Jessica Jones has been a long time in coming would be an understatement. Netflix premiered the first season of the investigator-turned-superhero show in November 2015, and it committed to a second season at the start…
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Welcome to Sunday Screens! Now you have a chance to share your home screen with the rest of our community. Let’s see if your home screen is one of the top five selections for this week. @Samit_hawx @TalkAndroid #SocialSaturday I love seeing my name on my phone so… pic.twitter.com/Hp31mouMne — Samit 🌟 (@Samit_hawx) March 4, […]
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Earlier this month, BlackBerry pushed their March update containing all the latest security patches to the Priv smartphone. According to sources, some carrier units have begun receiving the update.
While unlocked BlackBerry Priv units received the update a few weeks ago, some carrier variants are just beginning to receive it now. Some users on AT&T and T-Mobile have reported the arrival of the update on their Priv smartphone. Unfortunately, both carriers are yet to speak out about what has been fixed with the update, but one can assume that most of which is posted on BlackBerry’s site will be included. This will be liked below the article.
The update contains no major release, therefore it shouldn’t take up too much space. However, we still recommend charging your device and connected to a nearby Wi-Fi network before beginning the installation process. BlackBerry has taken updates with all seriousness since they began their transition to the Android ecosystem, let’s just hope it continues.
Come comment on this article: Some carrier Priv units begin to receive the March security patch update
You’ve got your bracket all filled out, you’ve got your favorites and upsets picked, now you just have to watch the games and see who wins. We’ve got some great apps to accompany your March Madness experience to make sure you see every moment.
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The Apple Watch 2 and iPhone 6C could be on the cards for an event in March, according to new rumors. The event would be held a year after the original Apple Watch launch, where Apple also announced the 12-inch MacBook.
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Before your brackets have even been built or busted, we’ve got big college b-ball news. NCAA March Madness is now on YouTube and Google.
Starting with the 2015 NCAA Division I Basketball Championships, you can watch game highlights, pre- and postgame shows and more on the new NCAA March Madness YouTube channel. Subscribe to the channel to get all the latest updates around the tourney, from shows airing across TBS, CBS, TNT and truTV.
As you’ve searched for March Madness on Google more and more every year, getting answers should be easy: you’ll see schedules, scores, links to game live streams and more just by doing a search for “March Madness” or any of the participating teams. You’ll now have more power at your fingertips than Jerian Grant and his disrespect for gravity.
So stick around on YouTube and Google for your NCAA March Madness highlights and info, and if you need some selection inspiration, you can always brush up on your Barack-etology.
Roland Lange, Partner Manager, YouTube Sports, recently watched “2014 March Madness Moments.”