Sports and technology are usually thought of as estranged dance partners just a half measure out of sync, but there's an elegant waltz between the two that's been going on for years behind the scenes. And maybe nowhere more so than in the lead-up to March Madness.
If you're a college basketball nut in need of a new smartphone, Motorola's got you covered like a seven-foot defender, with a whole new line of college-themed color combinations you can plaster on a brand new Moto X. Just in time for March Madness!
You're biased about sports. It's fine, we all are. It's part of the allure. But it's just as fun breaking it down to see exactly how we're biased. Yahoo gave Facebook Data access to its more than 60,000 brackets filled out by Facebook users, which Facebook has in turn made into some awesome visuals showing exactly…
When March Madness kicks off tomorrow at noon Eastern time, thousands of sports fans across the country will be suddenly stricken with sore throats, coughs, or other excuses to ditch work and find a place to watch one or more of the 16 college basketball games that will tip off.
Like it or not, Facebook is a pretty good barometer if what people like. So it's fun when it gathers up its considerable data troves and spits out maps of stuff we like. Today it broke down the fans of teams in the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament.
In 1992 Duke beat Kentucky in the NCAA championship by making a basket in the last second of the game. And you can relive that incredible moment—and hours more—today because the NCAA has put 75 years worth of March Madness highlights on YouTube.
The first day of the NCAA Tournament is mostly in the books, but if you're anything like us, you were totally unprepared for it and maybe didn't get the most out of today. Here's what you need to set things right tomorrow.
It's March Madness time! Which means brackets. Brackets. They're very fun! But a lot of work. Unless you enslave a basketball-tracking robot on the internet to keep track of them for you. To make the process as simple as possible, here's our ranking of the best online March Madness brackets.
How much do you love basketball? Enough to pay your cable bill? Probably. Enough to pay $16 million dollars? Probably not! So you can imagine the surprise of Ohioan Daniel DeVirgilio when he learned TWC tried to do just that.
This year's March Madness is even more awesome because of all the apps we have to keep track of it. And according to the networks, a lot of you guys have been using the official March Madness app to stream games. Their numbers say 36% of all streams (which are up 47% themselves) have been done via the app. That's more…
March Madness! We're just two hours away from another awesome dance. But you know what makes the NCAA tournament even better this year? Apps! You can watch all the games, win your office pool, get a betting edge, root for your team, and even automate your bracket picks, all from your smartphone. Here are the six best…
Always a web-friendly sporting event, this year CBS and Turner will be streaming all March Madness games to iOS devices for free. A perfect way to convince yourself that your iPad 2 post was totally worth it. [Media Memo]
An iPhone app streaming every game of the NCAA tournament, one of the year's most joyous events, is totally a good use of $5. If I didn't have to watch only on wi-fi.
It's that time of year again, when basketball, beer and betting join forces to create the most exciting month of sports known to man. You already called in sick, filled out your brackets and took a seat at the bar, but the following Elite Eight (plus one bonus!) are things you'll definitely need to prepare for the Big…