LSU Tigers’ Ben Simmons Hints at Signing a Deal With adidas

As the projected number 1 NBA Draft pick and the possibility of a$100 million sneaker deal on the table, LSU forward Ben Simmons has a lot of options on the table. It was to no surprise when the 6-foot-10 Australian player announced entering the Draft after one semester at LSU, but what isn’t so clear is who he’ll sign with.

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Apple Has Reportedly Patented Technology That Would Automatically Censor Songs

Apple has reportedly been granted a patent for a new technology that automatically censors streamed content. The tech giant’s patent is supposedly titled, “Management, Replacement and Removal of Explicit Lyrics during Audio Playback.” The company applied for the patent back in 2014 stating that a song with unwanted language—”explicit, profane, or otherwise inappropriate language”—would need to be replaced by a clean version or online services would block access to the entire song.

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4 Social Media Sites Small Businesses Should Use More Often

As a small business owner or entrepreneur, you’ve likely already tapped into Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, and Pinterest to push your brand. Sure, these networks work great, but there are others out there that can help you reach niche audiences. If you haven’t considered these social networks, now might be the time to do so.

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Yahoo Is Now Streaming Live MLB Games, for Free

IT’S OPENING DAY for most Major League Baseball teams today, and you’re ready to eat some Cracker Jacks and catch America’s favorite pastime. Sure, you could buy a ticket and head to a stadium. You could turn on your TV and flip through the channels. If you’re a super fan, you can subscribe to the MLB’s online service.

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