NEW YORK, NY - JANUARY 11: An Apple employee displays an iPhone showing the Verizon wireless network January 11, 2011 in New York City. In a long-anticipated move, Verizon and Apple have announced that Apple's popular iPhone mobile phone will be offered on a Verizon's phone network. (Photo by Chris Hondros/Getty Images)
It's Oscar Sunday again, and if you just can't get enough coverage from your boring old television set, fear not, Biz Journals gives us plenty of other techie places to feed your celebrity addiction.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has its own Facebook page, where fans can find links to things like photos, videos and an Oscar Party Kit, which gives advice on what to serve at your Oscar party. Naturally they also have a Twitter feed.
If that's not enough, you can visit the iTunes app store, and for $.99 you can get the official Oscars Backstage Pass app, which will give you exclusive camera angles of Oscar night fun, including live streaming video of the Governor's Ball.
For $4.99, the All Access Oscar app will give you the "360 cam" view of all your favorite celebs.
The E! network has both an iTunes app and an app for Google Android users, which covers all its Red Carpet coverage.
Published at 4:46 PM PDT on Feb 27, 2011