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February 5th, 2010
10:09 AM ET

Are You Ready for the Super Bowl?

Unless you're living under a rock or your satellite dish is fried,  you probably know that the Colts go head to head with the Saints this Sunday in the Super Bowl.   While diehard fans will grab the remotes just to tune into the big game, some just want to see the wild commercials, while others are gearing up to throw a heck of a party.   There are new phone apps to help with all that and more;  apps to link you to best Super Bowl ads, apps to make your soiree a hit,  and if your football lingo is a bit rusty... do you know what a "bump and run" is?  Yep, there's an app for that too.

After the game, when you want to get off the couch to show off your own athletic prowess, there's a new device, a virtual sports trainer to coach you to your personal best.  Grab your shoes and get ready.

And if you're waiting until the last-minute to get an HDTV to watch the game on,  we'll have some expert advice on how to get the TV you really want.

Tech guru Mario Armstrong joins us on CNN Newsroom at 2pm ET on Saturday to answer your questions.  So let us know what you're thinking, share your thoughts, and we'll answer some of them on the air.

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soundoff (3 Responses)
  1. John Alafonso

    For me a Super Bowl is almost as exciting as eating a hamburger in an all night diner.

    February 5, 2010 at 11:37 am |
  2. Theron

    Yeah, Superbowl Sunday is a very important day in the world of sports. For us fans it is everything. Even though my team the Giants didn't make it this year, I'll be rooting for the Colts. I'll be chekcing for those ads too. Those ads are funny,and just make the superbowl experience that much sweeter. The fam is gonna get together and enjoy another superbowl. We gonna order 160 Buffalo Wings with blue cheese or course and ranch dressing, and we're gonna pig out.LOL.

    It's gonna be fun, like it always is, the greatest championship game in all of sports in my humble opinion, the Superbowl. I can't wait, I've been counting down since last week,and now the big day is right around the corner. Life is good.

    February 6, 2010 at 7:30 pm |
  3. Keryaun Henry

    Hi, my city and i have been going through a whole lot. I know that alot of us wanted to give up yet we kept the faith and here came Barack Obama, the 44th President of the United States. Bringing back hope inot our lives but now we can really see the light as it shines on my, New Orleans Saints, the 44th Superbowl Champions. We now look in the face of the world as they celebrate or saints the same way we have over many years and more to come. I love them boys!

    February 9, 2010 at 9:12 pm |