If you don't have plans to watch this Sunday's Super Bowl at a bar or gathered around a friend's big screen, don't worry. As long as you're near a computer or have a smartphone or tablet handy, you won't miss a minute of the big game. Here's how.
- NFL.com — Not only is the NFL live-streaming the whole game online to computers and tablets for free, but also, users can opt to watch the game from different camera angles.
- CBSSports.com — Catch the entire broadcast, plus pregame activities, starting at 8 a.m. PST online. The stream also includes all of the big commercials and the halftime show.
- NFL Mobile App (free) — Watch the game anywhere by downloading this app that comes with highlights, access to relevant sports blogs, and more. The only catch? You must be a Verizon customer.
More ways to watch the big game after the break!
- NFL Game Pass (free) — Count this as another official live-stream of the game, but this one's meant for international viewers (except those in Canada and Mexico) on iOS devices only.
- 49ers Gameday Live (free) — If you're not able to live-stream the game but still want immediate updates, then this app is the way to go. Catch up on real-time scores, player stats, and more, straight from your iOS, Android, or BlackBerry device.
- Baltimore Ravens Mobile (free) — Similar to the 49ers app, this Ravens one is also available for iOS, Android, or BlackBerry. Get real-time updates and stay up to speed thanks to charts, a photo gallery, and audio podcasts.