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Watch Euro 2012 online and on the go

Don't miss a minute of England (inevitably) crashing out today with these football-friendly gadgets and services

Elgato Tivizen £150

Grab this mobile Freeview tuner and the accompanying iOS app and you can watch, timeshift and record live TV via the Tivizen’s own private Wi-Fi hotspot. So if a quarter-final goes to penalties and you find yourself without a web connection, this beauty could be £150 very well spent.

BBC iPlayer £Free

The Beeb is showing the England v Italy game and (potentially) the England v Germany game too so catch up with the iPlayer app for iPhone, iPad and Android (2.2 and above) before any of your mates get chance to tell you the score.

BBC Sport £Free

If you want the Euro 2012 action as it happens, BBC Sport’s new mobile browsing streaming service also works over 3G and Wi-Fi. Great news for footie fans and good tech prep for Wimbledon and the Olympics this summer.

ITV Player £Free, TV CatchUp £Free

Alternatively, try ITV Player for streaming on iOS but catch-up only on Android – as the two channels are sharing the rights – and TV CatchUp.com will stream all Freeview channels to your computer, iPhone or iPad apps over 3G and Wi-Fi with Android users having to resort to navigating through a mobile browser.

And if all else fails just head home to your ultimate Euro 2012 TV set-up, made up of a 65in Panasonic TX-P65VT0B plasma with a 1TB Virgin Media TiVo box paired with an Onkyo TX-NR5009 AV receiver and gorgeous Monitor Audio Apex 5.1 surround sound system.

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