If you have a Google TV unit of some sort or another, and plan to watch the big game tomorrow, here's a neat app you might want to try. Social GTV is a small utility that simply creates an overlay on your live television content where Twitter postings can be displayed. I'm not sure I would want to see a bunch of tweets on my screen while I'm watching a movie with the wife, but I can see how useful (and fun) this could be for things like Presidential election debates and primaries, my favorite series, or live sporting events like the Super Bowl.
Setup looks pretty easy, you just fill in a few fields to let the app know what you want to see, set the position on screen and a background color, then start it up. Press the live TV button on your Google TV remote, and away you go. Now when Eli throws a strike to the end zone, or a referee make a questionable call, or the team you're rooting for scores you can see the social side of the Internet celebrate (or hysterically object) in real time. Sure beats flipping back and forth from the Twitter app to live TV, and will give the same result.
To use Social GTV you'll need a Google TV (naturally) running Android 3.1 or higher. There's a free version that allows you to pick from the top trending topics, and a paid version for $0.99 that allows you to set things like tweets from specific users, custom hashtags, and @ replies to a specific user. Both versions have a language filter, which you might need if the Pats are losing and you follow me on Twitter.
Hit the break for a download link.