If you don’t want to spend your time glued to your computer screen watching the Vatican’s Habemus Papam Chimney Cam, you can arrange for cell phone text messages each time the smoke goes up from PopeAlarm.com, a service of the Fellowship of Catholic University Students. Their motto is, "When the smoke goes up, you’ll know what’s going down."
Better yet, for your iPhone is Conclave, an app from Logos Bible Software. It has everything you ever wanted. As CNN puts it:
Logos’ Conclave app has different sections combining new technology and social media with old information. In addition to a live video feed, a news feed from Catholic and Christian news sites and a Twitter feed that follows #Pope and #Conclave, an in-depth resources section provides information about every conclave since 1061.
Additionally, there are bios for all 115 cardinals participating in the conclave – ranked by who is getting the most online "buzz" on NewAdvent.com. At the conclusion of Tuesday’s Mass at St. Peter’s Basilica, Cardinal Angelo Scola, archbishop of Milan, had the top ranking.