For 2014, CBS is offering viewers free watching for selected games at CBSSports.com ULIVE.
If you're not a cable subscriber, then check out NCAA.com, where games will be available via a streaming broadcast (no word on if this is free or not yet; last year (2013) it was $3.99). This covers all devices you could possibly want, including the iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch, select Android phones, and of course, your computer (at work or at home).
UStream Sports usually has at least one live broadcast of the NCAA tournament for anyone to watch for free. Not always the best quality, but it's free and available anywhere, with any device.
First Row Sports, based in the UK, has a wide variety of live streaming sports events available. The site has a lot of pop-ups, so be forewarned, but it's worth checking out. A similar site is Stream2WatchMe, which has the convenience of the most recent, "live" events being clearly marked on the front page.
More sites where you can watch the NCAA basketball games online or get more information about March Madness:
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- About Basketball: Get information on players, tournaments, conference brackets, and much more.