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The Android M Developer Preview is coming for the Nexus 5, 6, 9 and Player

The Android M Developer Preview is here, and you'll be able to have it on your Nexus soon. If you have a Nexus 5, 6, 9 or Player, you'll be able to download and flash an Android M Developer Preview in short order, and while it's focused on developers to get acquainted with the new version, we're sure a few enthusiasts will be taking a peek as well.

5 Players Who Have Flashed the Golden Touch in the NBA Playoffs

The NBA Playoffs began with a party in Oracle Arena for Game 1 of the New Orleans Pelicans vs. Golden State Warriors series just over a month ago. We're now well on our way to reaching the NBA Finals. Just four teams remain, and that...Show More Summary

45 Awesome Classic Camera Commercials

3 weeks agoArts / Photography : Pop Photo

[Note: if the videos don't load when the page does, refresh. Thanks a lot, Flash player.] In a way, nostalgia is a huge driver in the field of photography. We take…

Erratic swing, sluggish putter derail Tiger Woods’ start at The Players Championship

Tiger Woods’ first competitive round since finishing T17 at Augusta is an exercise in frustration with a few flashes of brilliance. Head down, slumped shoulders and air-swinging his 9-iron as he followed a flailed tee shot, Tiger Woods'...Show More Summary

Michael Burton NFL Draft 2015: Scouting Report, Grade for Lions Rookie

STRENGTHS A combine player who impressed at the Medal of Honor Bowl, Michael Burton has the receiving skills to turn heads at fullback. On film, Burton flashes with soft hands and productive numbers as a receiver. He looks the ball in cleanly and can accelerate into his routes. Show More Summary

Shaquille Riddick NFL Draft 2015: Scouting Report, Grade for Cardinals' Rookie

STRENGTHS A one-year player at West Virginia after transferring in as a graduate from Gardner-Webb, Shaquille Riddick has length (6'6") and good burst off the edge. Riddick flashes off the edge with heads-up play and good instincts to find the ball. Show More Summary

2015 NFL Draft grades: 10 big winners from day 2

Don't look now, but the Browns are one of several teams with a big haul in the draft so far. Day two of the 2015 NFL Draft went by in a flash. Rounds two and three now in the books, and 67 more players have found new homes. It's always...Show More Summary

8 NBA Up-and-Comers Who Deserve Bigger Roles Next Season

Not every NBA player can make Kawhi Leonard's brisk, uninterrupted ascent to superstardom. Some require more time to grow, while others just need better luck and the right opportunities. In most cases, flashes of potential in the present...Show More Summary

Tennessee Football: Winners and Losers from the Volunteers' 2015 Spring

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Tennessee's annual Orange and White Game featured flashes of brilliance from marquee players. But once it was over, it felt a little incomplete. Perhaps that's as fitting of a conclusion to the Vols' injury-riddled spring as could be expected. After a first half where starters roamed the field, the second half lulled. Show More Summary

Two Teens Achieve Instagram Superstardom At Coachella

last monthNews : Huffington Post

It all started when 16-year-old Charlotte D'Alessio and 18-year-old Josie Canseco, a model and the daughter of former MLB player Jose Canseco, headed to Coachella together. The best friends' looks included flash tattoos, perfect eyeliner, a body chain and a tongue-in-cheek "Rolling" T-shirt with a roller skate on it. Show More Summary

The Flash And Arrow Spinoff Just Added Another Good Guy To The Mix

Although the Arrow/The Flash spinoff will be full of familiar faces from both shows, it is also introducing new players to this DC TV universe. The latest character to be announced is fortunately one of the good guys.Click To Continue Reading

Apple continues to block older Flash Player versions on OS X for security

Apple today has confirmed that is updating its web plug-in blocking mechanism in OS X to disable all versions of Adobe Flash Player prior to the most recent, which is version On older systems, all versions of Flash prior to are blocked. Apple notes on its Support page that if you must run an older […]

'The Flash' reveals why Eddie Thawne is shooting at cops - Zap2it First

OO.ready(function() { OO.Player.create('ooyalaplayer', '5jdXdtdDpoO2UweHFW-HexRPAn-ILRLj'); });<div>Please enable Javascript to watch this video</div> Ever since "The Flash" debuted a teaser at PaleyFest showing Eddie Thawne...Show More Summary

Predicting Which High Seeds in 2015 NCAA Tournament Won't Reach 2016 Big Dance

You think the NCAA tournament goes fast? The rest of April seems to flash by even quicker. It goes from “One Shining Moment” to a bunch of coaches swapping schools and players either doing the same or moving on to the NBA. And all of...Show More Summary

College Football Players Who Haven't Scratched the Surface of Their Talent

For every player that makes an instant impact in college football, there are far more who only show brief flashes of what they're capable of at the outset. Injuries, playing time and other factors lead to their careers starting off with...Show More Summary

30 for 30: ‘Sole Man,’ Chapter 5 — The LeBron Affair

2 months agoSports : Grantland

The fifth chapter of the latest 30 for 30, ‘Sole Man,’ flashes back to Sonny Vaccaro’s first glimpse of LeBron James, whom Vaccaro declared to be the greatest high school player he’d ever seen — after only 10 minutes in a pickup game. With Adidas losing out to Nike for LeBron’s signature, Sonny indulges in what could have been.

Working Lights Make This World of Warcraft Weapon Replica Awesome

Shadowmourne is one of the few legendary items players can acquire in World of Warcraft, and a weapon like that needs its proper real-life version. Kamuicosplay’s Svetlana Quindt made one. Her replica even has flashing lights inside and it looks just as awesome as the weapon in the game. Read more...

Tennessee Football: Freshman Shy Tuttle Letting His Play Do the Talking

The first time the glare of television spotlights and flashing digital recorders shone on freshman Tennessee football player Shy Tuttle back in January, he was a quiet man of few words. Turns out he makes most of his noise when the pads...Show More Summary

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