YG (@YG) Feat Lil Wayne (@LilTunechi), Meek Mill (@MeekMill), Rich Homie Quan (@RichHomieQuan) and Nicki Minaj (@NICKIMINAJ) – My Nigga (Remix)

YG rounds up Lil Wayne, Rich Homie Quan, Meek Mill and Nicki Minaj for the official video to My Nigga Remix directed by Motion Family. YG debut album titled My Krazy Life, which is set to hit stores on March 18th.

2014 Bonnaroo Festival Lineup Announced

Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival has also just unleashed its star-studded list of acts to hit the stage. Those in attendance will be able to enjoy headlining performances from the likes of Kanye West, Elton John and Jack White. Among their notable artists who will also be gracing stages include Frank Ocean, Lauryn Hill, Wiz Khalifa, Ice Cube, Chance the Rapper, Pusha T, A$AP Ferg, Danny Brown, Janelle Monáe, Disclosure, Skrillex, and James Blake. Tickets are set to go on sale February 22.

Chief Keef (@ChiefKeef) – Save Me

Chief Keef is back with a brand new track called Save Me produced by Lex Luger. Chief Keef upcoming mixtape Bang Pt 3 and Back From The Dead 2 is coming soon.

Google Presents Project Tango

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Google has built a prototype Android smartphone that can learn and map the world around it. The device comes from a new initiative called Project Tango, and it’s ready to get the phone into developers’ hands to see what the technology is capable of. Google says that the phone will learn the dimension of rooms and spaces just by being moved around inside of them — walking around your bedroom, for example, would help the phone learn the shape of your home. The hope is that by creating a robust map of the world, Google’s phone could eventually give precise directions to any given point that needs to be reached.

It’s an ambitious project, but that should be no surprise given who it’s coming from: Tango comes out of the Advanced Technology and Projects group — one of the few pieces of Motorola that Google has opted to hang on to rather than sell. “The goal of Project Tango is to give mobile devices a human-scale understanding of space and motion,” Johnny Lee, leader of Project Tango, says. Google has 200 devices that it’s preparing to give out to developers who want to build mapping tools, games, and new algorithms that take advantage of the phone’s sensors, and it expects to send them all out by March 14th.

Google stresses that the technology is still in early stages, but it still sees it as on the way to reaching millions of people down the road. And now, the Advanced Technology and Projects group will have plenty of time and resources to make that happen. Alongside the announcement of Tango, Android chief Sundar Pichai extended a welcome to the team, suggesting that they’ve now fully fallen underneath Google. The group is also responsible for Project Ara, which hopes to build modular smartphones.

Project Tango appears to be a natural fit for Lee’s leadership. Lee’s name may be familiar from his work creating virtual reality tools out of a Wii remote while at Carnegie Mellon, and later for helping Microsoft develop the Kinect. He joined Google in 2011, and clearly he’s still been working on equally ambitious motion-tracking projects since then. Google says it did not create Tango all on its own, however, but with assistance from various universities and research institutions as well. The project has been in the works at the Advanced Technologies group for the past year.

The Weeknd (@theweeknd) – Or Nah (Remix)

The Weeknd keeps the new music coming as he jumps on the remix to Ty Dolla $ign and Wiz Khalifa song Or Nah produced by DJ Mustard.

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