NCAA tourney heads to iTunes

Apple Computer said on Tuesday that it will make available condensed versions of all 63 men's NCAA basketball tournament games.

Apple will sell them for $1.99 each or $19.99 for a "season pass" for all the games. CBS has previously announced plans to show many of the games for free over the Internet.

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