Mixtape: Yo Gotti (@YoGottiKOM) – Concealed

Mixtape: Yo Gotti - Concealed

Download: Yo Gotti – Concealed

Yo Gotti links up with DJ Drama for his brand new project called Concealed. This mixtape vomes with 13 tracks with guest featurs from Rich Homie Quan, Shy Gkizzy, Booise Badazz, Lil Bibby, Kein Gates, and Jadakiss with production by Metro Boomin, Big Fruit, Street Symphony, and P-Lo.

Dunk Of The Night: Russell Westbrook Double-Clutch Reverse & Mid-Air

Kevin Durant finds Russell Westbrook on the fast break, who delivers the explosive reverse dunk finish.

Nike Air Trainers 3 Qs Superbowl 2015


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T-Pain (@TPAIN) – Okay To Smile

T-Pain - Stoicville

T-pain keeps the music coming as he releases another new visual for Okay To Smile. This is part of T-Pain Unplugged series.

Acer 15-inch Chromebook With 1080p Display, Core i3 Processor Announced

CES officially embarks on its trade show this week, which means announcements about the latest developments are going to start coming in. Acer is kicking off with a number of new products including the new IPS G-SYNC display as well as the all new Acer 15-inch Chromebook.

Jerry Kao, president of Acer Notebook Business Group says “Acer has been a leader in the Chromebook market, from providing the latest in technology and trailblazing battery life to designing new form factors. We’re driving the category forward again with the world’s first 15.6-inch display Chromebook, the Acer Chromebook 15.”

The Chromebook 15 has a larger-sized 15.6-inch HD display and runs on Intel 5th Gen Core micro-architecture processor. It’ll be running either an Intel Core i3, or an Intel Celeron Processor depending on the configuration you choose. The sleek design of the Acer Chromebook 15 features a white fabric-like surface that gives the case a sophisticated look that is comfortable and ensures a secure grip. The device is also available with either a full HD display with a 1920 x 1080 resolution which ensures a wide viewing angle as well as vivid photos and videos or a 1366 x 768 panel which is a more budget-friendly model. Other configurable options include either 2GB or 4GB of RAM and either 16GB or 32GB of solid state storage.

As with all Chromebook’s, the Acer 15-inch Chromebook is made to be affordable: Prices start at $249.99, with a 16GB SSD drive and 2GB of RAM. Acer has included Bluetooth 4.0, the USB 3.0 port, USB 2.0 port and HDMI port. Acer advertises the Chromebook’s excellent audio and video capabilities saying, “it has two full-sized upward facing speakers for greater volume and clarity, which complement the display and provide exciting and realistic multimedia.” There’s also a front-facing HD web cam.

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Additionally, Acer is updating its current Chromebook 13 to include touchscreens. The new finger-friendly Chromebook 13 will be available later this month, and is set to retail for $329.99. The Chromebook 13 runs on the NVIDIA Tegra K1 processor, and is a true powerhouse providing about 13 hours of battery life.

Over all, the Acer 15-inch Chromebook is designed for customers who are looking for a simple to use environment which is ideal for sharing between multiple users. It also comes equipped with a Supervised User feature that helps children browse online in a safe, controlled manner.

Gary Kubiak to take over Broncos

Gary Kubiak has agreed to become the head coach of the Denver Broncos, a league source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter on Sunday.

Kubiak’s deal is for four years, according to multiple reports. He spent the past season as the Baltimore Ravens’ offensive coordinator.

Prior to joining the Ravens’ staff, Kubiak had served as head coach of the Houston Texans.

Kubiak had said following the Ravens’ loss to the New England Patriots last week in the divisional round of the playoffs that he was staying in Baltimore, but had a change of heart when the Broncos job became available.

He has ties to the Broncos as well as the team’s general manager John Elway, having served as Elway’s backup before becoming a part of the team’s coaching staff following his retirement.

Ravens quarterbacks coach Rick Dennison and tight ends coach Brian Pariani will be following Kubiak to Denver, sources told ESPN.com’s Jamison Hensley.

Kubiak will replace John Fox, who parted ways with Denver following the team’s divisional round playoff loss to the Indianapolis Colts a week ago. Fox has since been hired as head coach of the Chicago Bears.

The Broncos’ hiring of Kubiak leaves the Atlanta Falcons as the lone team without a head coach.

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