Watch NCAA Tournament on iPhone and Online: March Madness 2010

By Peter Chubb - Mar 18, 2010

We mentioned earlier that if you were interested in a 3D tour of the venues for the NCAA Tournament, then you should use Google Earth. For those sports lovers who just want to keep up-to-date with all the latest March Madness 2010 scores and news, then CBS is offering an iPhone or iPod Touch app for just $10.

This application is perfect for those who cannot be near a TV while one of the 32 matches is going on, as you will be able to watch each game direct on the handset. For those who love college basketball, then you have to agree that this is a small price to pay. Get more details on this app from NetWorkWorld.

InEntertainment also informs us of an online service, allowing you to watch all the games on your computer. The Entertainment website explains how impossible it would be to watch the first 16 games played today all at once, but lets you catch up on all the games that you missed.

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  • steve

    Why can you not just watch the free video stream from cbs sports with the internet connection like you can with your computer. It indicates you need adobe flash player which makes me wonder why you can't put this on the ipod touch. Instead you need an app for $10 for just this years tournament. Seem to be getting nickeled and dimed.