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Week 11
  • Rockport-Fulton 19 VS La Feria 14
    Final
  • Sharyland Pioneer 31 VS Mercedes 68
    Final
  • Brownsville Hanna 32 VS Edinburg Vela 34
    Final
  • Brownsville Lopez 17 VS Mission Veterans Memorial 25
    Final
  • Grulla 16 VS Pleasanton 32
    Final
  • Weslaco East 49 VS PSJA High 13
    Final
  • Santa Rosa 0 VS Goliad 49
    Final
  • La Joya High 7 VS San Antonio Southwest 14
    Final
  • Sharyland High 59 VS Brownsville Pace 43
    Final
  • Laredo United South 6 VS McAllen Memorial 44
    Final
  • McAllen Rowe 17 VS Laredo Alexander 42
    Final
  • Los Fresnos 34 VS Edinburg High 14
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  • Edinburg North 7 VS San Benito 50
    Final
Chrysler Invented a New Car That Takes Selfies For You

Chrysler Invented a New Car That Takes Selfies For You

It’s super dangerous to take a selfie while you’re driving. But since we just can’t survive without those photos, maybe this is the answer?

Chrysler just created a new car called the Portal that takes selfies FOR YOU. There’s a camera mounted in the car that automatically takes pictures of everyone inside and sends those pictures to their phones.

For now, it’s just a concept car, so there’s no word on whether they might really produce it one day . . . or whether they could add the selfie feature to their other cars.

(USA Today)

…Now they’re just trying to figure out how to get the car to wear a bikini and make a duck-face.

You Checked Your Phone 19,000 Times This Year

You Checked Your Phone 19,000 Times This Year

How many times a day do you check your phone? A hundred? A thousand? Are you literally looking at it RIGHT NOW? It’s scary.

According to a new study by the consulting company Deloitte, Americans checked their phones a total of NINE BILLION times A DAY this year.

That means we looked at our phones a total of about 3.3 TRILLION times in 2016.

About 175 million Americans have smart phones, so that means the average person checks their phone roughly 51 times a day, or almost 19,000 times a year.

The study also found almost HALF of us check our phones in the middle of the night . . . 90% of us check our phone within an hour of waking up . . . and the first thing we look at in the morning is our texts.

(PR Newswire)

“Pokemon Go” Is More Popular Than Tinder . . . And Three Other Stories

“Pokemon Go” Is More Popular Than Tinder . . . And Three Other Stories

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The video game “Pokemon Go” is a legit sensation now. Which is pretty impressive, since it’s less than a week old, its servers keep crashing, and it requires walking. Here’s the latest news . . .

  1.  “Pokemon Go” already has more active users every day than some MAJOR apps, including Tinder, Snapchat, and Instagram. And it’s about to pass Twitter.
  2.  People are already figuring out ways to beat the game’s physical exercise requirement. There are reports of people using DRONES and CEILING FANS to keep their phones moving, to get Pokemon creatures to appear.
  3.  Apparently “Pokemon Go” is also a good way to find dates. There are dozens of stories popping up on social media about people meeting while they’re playing, and Craigslist’s Missed Connections section is FULL of messages from players.
  4.  And finally, it turns out when you install “Pokemon Go”, you give it FULL access to your Google account, including all your emails and documents. You can turn that off by going to security.google.com and clicking “Connected Apps and Sites.”

(Business Insider / Bro Bible / Mashable / Popular Science)

We Touch Our Phones 2,617 Times a Day

We Touch Our Phones 2,617 Times a Day

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Photo Credit: Flickr Barn Images

Man, I wish someone would touch ME as much as they touch their phone. Then maybe my dad would respect me.

A new study found we touch our phones an average of 2,617 times a day. That includes every single touch, tap, and swipe . . . so if you’re texting, every letter you press counts as a touch.

And the 10% of us who use our phones the most touch them 5,427 times a day.

The study also found we use our phones 76 times a day, which is about five times an hour. And we’re using them for a total of two hours and 25 minutes.

And finally, 87% of us sometimes check our phones in the middle of the night.

(Network World)

The Key to a Successful Relationship Is Putting Down Your Damn Phone

The Key to a Successful Relationship Is Putting Down Your Damn Phone

The Key to a Successful Relationship Is Putting Down Your Damn Phone

Photo Credit: Flickr : Susanne Nilsson

I know that telling you to put down your phone is like telling you to chop off your left arm . . . but you REALLY should do it once in a while.

A new study found that the key to a successful relationship is putting down your phone and doing two things instead: Spending quality time face-to-face . . . and being affectionate.

The researchers say, quote, “No amount of texting can compensate for a lack of either of those factors.”

But here’s the problem. Most of us are tighter with our phones than our partners.

Another survey just found that 53% of people admit that they spend more time on their phone than with their significant other . . . and two-thirds of us get distracted by our phones in the middle of conversations.

(Daily Mail / FemaleFirst)