Here's how to live stream 2017 Super Bowl 51 LI online for free without cable subscription on your iPhone, iPad, Android, Web, Apple TV, game console, or any other device.
Tim Cook clearly has a lot of strengths that have thrust him into one of the world's most iconic and immediately recognizable names in the world of big business. The American businessman, who was born in Alabama, has been with Apple in one capacity or another for the last 18 years, and in that time has risen from Senior Vice President of Worldwide Operations all the way through the ranks, to replace the legendary Steve Jobs as the company's Chief Executive Officer. The man clearly has a highly respected business acumen and leadership capability, but we all have our flaws, and it appears that Cook's is capturing an in-focus photograph.
The 2015 NFL Super Bowl XLIX, the greatest showpiece in the sport, will live stream this Sunday, and will see the New England Patriots take on the Seattle Seahawks. If you're a football fan and looking for means to keep up with the coverage, here's how you can tune in from your desktop, iOS or Android device.
Even if you're not a fan of the NFL, the build up, advertisements and general buzz around the Super Bowl is pretty difficult to ignore, and this Sunday's Super Bowl XLVIII showdown between the Seattle Seahawks and the Denver Broncos is expected to attract a worldwide audience well into the hundreds of millions. It's going to be, as ever, quite the exhibition, and if you're still undecided as to where or how you're tuning in, the FOX Sports GO app will be streaming the event for free for those in ownership of the Apple iPad. It's a special, one-off promotional deal to get sports fans downloading the app, but hey, since it's free, why not?
Rivalry is undoubtedly a positive thing, particularly in the gadget sphere. Without manufacturers competing for the affections of the fickle public, we'd have less devices, fewer choices, and our digital freedom could be severely compromised.