"They're going to have a second, a third, and a fourth screen with them. They're going to have so many ways to interact, watch and view things happening at the London Olympics beyond television than they've ever had before."
Between Facebook, Twitter and websites, it's easy to be driven to digital distraction.
Tech expert Mario Armstrong says to choose just a few.
"Identifying who you want to get your information from will help you better understand which tools to use, and not overwhelm you, at the same time."
He recommends a dashboard app like Banjo that puts material from multiple social networking tools in one place.
The best part of some Olympic apps is live, extra streaming video. The worst part? That can eat up data quickly, so run those apps on Wi-Fi.
"That way you're off of the data charges, you're going to keep a better connection in some cases to view the video and content. And you'll keep that bill way, way down. So Wi-fi, connect of Wi-Fi."