March 10, 2014
Shane KitzmanStaff Writer
Hope you’ve polished your “going out” shoes.
It’s time for the Big Dance.
With the 2014 NCAA men’s basketball tournament just days ahead, Best Buy’s showcasing four fantastic ways for you to enjoy Multi-Screen March Madness in the 90-second video above.
Then again, if you aren’t into incredibly easy video tutorials and would rather read a how-to, check out the following can’t-fail game plan.
Pick up the most baller apps out there
It’s true, you can watch all 68 games on your computer.
As for being on the go, March Madness Live is the mobile app. Though it costs $3.99, nothing compares to this official app that lets you watch every single game live no matter where you happen to be. Available in iOS, Android and Windows, check out the website closer to tourney time for the latest edition to be uploaded.
As for Twitter, Mashable’s spot on with listing the top 16 must-follow personalities. Keep in mind that @clubtrillion and @ESPNAndyKatz are going to be the premier accounts to stream onto your timeline.
Finally, the official NCAA handle on Twitter is worth perusing throughout the three-week journey.
Visit only the best bracket hosting websites
Seeing Yahoo! is the official sponsor for Warren Buffett’s $1 Billion Challenge – offering up nine figures to anyone who selects a perfect tournament – you’re going to want to partake in that sweepstakes.
ESPN and CBSSports are two other popular online bracket hosts, giving you and your friends, or your office, frat house or sorority pool, an easy way to discover who is the true college basketball savant.
Your smartphone could be your remote
Truth is, some of the most popular apps to make this a reality aren’t exactly cheap – looking at you Dijit, Zmart, and RedEye.
But with a Samsung smartphone in your hand, the Samsung TV Remote App is simple and freer. Either check out the video above, or take a quick spin through this Samsung guide.
Madness is best on a mongo TV screen
How big should your TV be?
Good question. If you’re partial to video breakdowns, here’s why a new 60-inch HDTV may be right for you. If you would rather see it in chart form, here you go.
With up to 25 percent off on HDTVs, the deals are just in time for the tourney.
Bring your tablet to work, watch on the sly
Seeing that the majority of the games on Thursday and Friday actually take place during your work day, you need a work around.
So pick up a privacy screen to hide how unproductive you’re really being.