Now that NCAA Tournament brackets have been filled out, it's time to follow all of the action. Keep up with the latest March Madness games by streaming live from almost anywhere. Games will be broadcast across several different TV networks in 2022 starting today. CBS, TNT, and truTV are slated to carry the men's tournament, with limited coverage also available on NCAA.com. Games can be watched on any Apple device, including the iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, and Mac.
New week, new jailbreak tool. Pangu has actually released a fresh jailbreak, however it's only for iOS 9.1 devices. This fact may have tempered the initial excitement but to make up for it, Apple has confirmed its March 21 special media event. The company has many special announcements up its sleeve for that week, including updated hardware and several firmware releases for existing devices. Here are some news highlights from the past week.
The official CBS Sports Mobile NCAA® March Madness On Demand® application is available now from the Apple AppStore. For only $4.99 any college basketball lover with an iPhone or iPod Touch can view scores, news, schedules, brackets, and even live games.
When using a Wi-Fi connection free streaming video of ongoing games is available. The application also delivers live game audio over a 3G or EDGE data connection. All games from the first round until the NCAA® Championship are included, along with video highlights from each game.