The 2018 Masters is officially underway. After the first day, Tiger Woods trailed leader Jordan Spieth by seven strokes with a one-over-par 73. PGA legends Gary Player and Jack Nicklaus hit honorary tee shots to officially kick off the annual Augusta tournament Thursday morning. Round two action kicks off Friday morning at 8:30 EDT. How to Watch the 2018 Masters What: The 2018 Masters Tournament Dates: April 5-8, 2018 Course: Augusta National Golf Club Where: Augusta, Georgia Round 2: Friday, April 6 TV Channel and coverage times Round 2: ESPN, 3:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. Friday Round 3: CBS, 3:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Saturday Round 4: CBS, 2:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Sunday Masters Live Stream CBS Sports will be providing a live stream of the 2018 Masters tournament each day both at CBSSports.com and on the CBS Sports mobile app. Round 2: CBSSports.com, 9:15 a.m. – 7:30 p.m. Friday Round … [Read more...] about The Masters 2018: How to watch round 2 on TV and online
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The best games money can't buy The days when you had to buy a dedicated gaming rig and spend a load of cash for a quality gaming experience are long gone. Thanks to the iPhone (and iPod touch) and the App Store, you can get an excellent mobile gaming experience for just a few bucks (or quid, for that matter), or even less.In fact, a lot of the games out there are free. But can you get great games for nothing at all, or is the 'free' section of the App Store just a shoddy excuse to bombard you with in-app purchases?The answer is, of course, both. The trick is finding the gems amongst the dross, and what follows are our picks of the bunch: our top free iPhone games, presented in no particular order, including both long-time classics and brilliant cutting-edge recent releases. We've even included a VR game for you... aren't you lucky?New this week: Amazing Katamari DamacyAmazing Katamari Damacy is a deeply weird endless runner. It’s based on a popular PlayStation 2 game, where a … [Read more...] about The best free iPhone games on the planet
Like iPhone games? Like free iPhone games more? Great - feast your eyes on these beauties, including the best puzzle games, racers, platform games, and more - none of which cost a penny. The internet's collective wisdom suggests iPhone gaming is a realm of dodgy tat - doubly so when you venture into the free charts. Wrong and wrong. Some of the best mobile gaming experiences don't cost anything whatsoever. This feature outlines the 40 free iPhone games we consider the very best. If you don't love freebie iPhone gaming after tackling these gems with your thumbs, seek help (or take a look at our list of the best iOS games). New in our list this month: Beat Street, It's Full of Sparks, Mikey Jumps, Six Match, Up the Wall, and Super Senso. A quick note on IAP: Many free games have IAPs - In-App Purchases. Our reviews provide an overview of key ones for each game and note whenever IAP hampers the title in question. Lewis Painter also contributed to this article. Best free … [Read more...] about 40 brilliant free iPhone games you need to play
Surely, the name alone is rather strange for a smartphone, but the Yezz Billy 4.7 is actually named after Microsoft’s founder, Bill Gates. We managed to get some quick hands-on time with the dual-SIM Windows Phone during CES 2015 – where it can be currently purchased online for a mere $200 outright. DesignCall it straightforward and to the point, the Yezz Billy 4.7’s design favors a generic look – one that’s remarkable thin, compact, and lightweight. Constructed primarily out of this soft touch matte plastic material, the smartphone has a pleasant grippy feel in the hand. At the same time, its size is nearly perfect without being too overly substantial or fragile. Sure, its overall design language isn’t as meticulous or profound, but everything comes together in this nice and neat package.DisplaySporting a 4.7-inch 720 x 1280 IPS LCD display, there’s enough detail in small things to give whatever is on-screen a substantial amount of clarity … [Read more...] about Yezz Billy 4.7 hands-on
Back in May, I met a young CEO called Konstantinos Karatsevidis at the Computex Taipei trade show. His company, Eve-Tech, has an unusual pitch — why buy computers from massive companies like Dell or Lenovo if a lean, nimble startup can offer better value by cutting out inefficiencies? And why not crowdsource the product design to give customers exactly what they want? Well, I could think of a few possible answers to those questions, but the Eve V in front of me — a 2-in-1 computer with smart design and a solid spec sheet — was impressive enough that I said I’d be happy to check it out for review. Karatsevidis said it’d be shipping out to Indiegogo backers in a matter of weeks, and that I should be able to get a review unit sometime in June. Then that slipped to July. Then Karatsevidis told me that the Eve community voted to delay the product to August because they’d found a better display panel. Then in September he let me know that the new screens … [Read more...] about Eve V review: can a scrappy upstart undercut the Surface Pro?