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Best March Madness apps for iPhone: NCAA Sports, CBS Sports, ESPN Tournament Challenge, and more!

The best March Madness apps for iPhone that let you check scores, keep up on news, view bracket standings, and more! March Madness is upon us and all the basketball fans will no doubt want to keep up with all the action. If there's a game you can't watch, your iPhone can easily let you check scores, view brackets, and more.

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Fund This: Sportan plays matchmaker for pick-up sports

With spring just around the corner, and NCAA March Madness starting this week, you might be eager to get outside and play some basketball, soccer, or football.

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Smash Hit: Top 10 tips, hints, and cheats to help you achieve your best distance yet!

Smash Hit strategy guide: Collect balls faster, smash through objects smarter, and achieve your best score ever! In Smash Hit you're tasked with getting through the game unscathed by smashing through glass and other obstacles. You're given a set number of balls in the beginning but it's up to you to collect more along the way

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How to color code calendars on OS 10.2.1

One of the features I take advantage of most on my BlackBerry is the ability to color code my calendar.

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Deal of the Day: Body Glove DropSuit Rugged Case for iPhone 5/5S

Today Only: Purchase the Body Glove DropSuit Rugged Case for iPhone 5/5S and save over 50% The DropSuit Rugged Case is made of a durable gel material that resists the battles of everyday life.

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Add an extra layer of encryption to your messages with Secure Mail

For anyone in an office setting who uses Microsoft Outlook, there is an option to encrypt the message content for outgoing mail.

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Android Community Weekly Wrap-Up for March 15, 2014

Another week, and another weekly wrap-up post here on Android Community. This week we saw some interesting announcements, however there was also quite a bit of leaks and rumors.

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How to reduce the white point and make iOS 7.1 les bright

If iOS 7 was difficult or uncomfortable for you to read, then iOS 7.1 could literally be a sight for sore eyes. That's because Apple has included new Accessibility features intended to reduce contrast and enhance usability.

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What’s on Rene’s Mac dock right now!

Escalation.

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