AC/DC Ends Holdout
AC/DC has officially ended their iTunes holdout. Their whole catalog was made available on the site yesterday, including their new live album, "Live at River Plate", which just came out this week. Apple released a statement saying that all the songs were mastered for iTunes specifically. With, quote, "increased audio fidelity." If you're a diehard AC/DC fan, you have the option of purchasing all 16 studio albums for $100. For $150, you can get the live albums and compilations thrown in, too. Of course, you can also buy the albums and songs individually.
Barbara Walters Top 10 Most Fascinating People of 2012
Barbara Walters released most of the people on her list on Monday's "The View." The special airs December 12th at 9:30pm. Walters did not reveal who holds the top spot on her list but did give these names...
-BATTLE OF THE BACK UP QB -- Colin Kaepernick completed 16 of his 23 passes for 243 yards and two touchdowns as the Niners blasted the Chicago Bears 32-7. Kaepernick hit Vernon Davis and Michael Crabtree for short TDs while San Francisco was building a 27-0 lead. Bears quarterback Jason Campbell was 14-of-22 for just 107 yards, one touchdown, two interceptions and five sacks.
-Buffalo Bills defensive end Chris Kelsay says he's ready to resume practicing less than two weeks since tearing a ligament in his neck....Running back Fred Jackson's status is uncertain as he continues to recover from a concussion. Jackson attended an offensive walk-through session on Monday, but has not yet been cleared for contact.
-Baltimore Ravens star safety Ed Reed has been suspended for one game by the NFL for repeated violations of rules prohibiting hits to the head and neck area of defenseless players. The 11-year veteran will miss Sunday's game against San Diego
For the first time in eight days, the NHL and the players' association were back at the bargaining table to try again to reach a deal that will end the two-month old lockout. The two sides met for about two hours before adjourning....This is the 65th day of a lockout that has already wiped out 327 games and threatens the entire season if a settlement isn't reached
The Washington Wizards are halfway toward tying an NBA record for most consecutive losses to start a season. They are 0-9 for the first time in franchise history after their starters combined for just eight baskets and 31 points in a 96-89 loss to the visiting Indiana Pacers.
The Cavaliers are going to spend at least a month without reigning Rookie of the Year Kyrie Irving because of a broken finger suffered Saturday against Dallas.