How to watch the World Cup on a PC
One of the easiest ways to watch the World Cup online is by using catch-up TV services like the BBC's iPlayer or ITV's Player . Many stations are also streamed live on the web, and perhaps the best site to use to keep a track of them all is 123WebTV , as it features a handy EPG style set-up to scroll through. Alternatively, grab yourself an Elgato EyeTV DTT Deluxe , a USB dongle with it's own TV aerial that can pick up Freeview signals, with a clean and lever user interface. It's a bit pricey though, and will set you back around £80.
World Cup season is upon us once again! Every four years we all go crazy watching 22 men kick about a leather sphere, make heroes of goal-scoring stars and endure heartbreak when we get knocked out. And we love it! Except for the heartbreak bit of course.
Still, if there’s only one thing worse than going out in the final on penalties, it’s missing the game altogether because you can’t get near a TV.
But fear not! There a loads of ways to watch the World Cup online these days, using all sorts of different devices. Mobiles, tablets and PCs, there’s a way to watch the matches on pretty much anything that has a screen these days!
So here’s Tech Digest’s quick guide on how to watch the World Cup on a PC, iPad, iPhone or Android handset.
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