AC/DC is finally going both ways: analog and digital. One of the high-profile holdouts of digital distribution, the Australian rock group has made its catalog available at iTunes.
Let there be rock on iOS: Aussie rock god AC/DC's full back catalogue has finally gone digital.
A report suggests that the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran urgently e-mailed a security expert saying that it was under a musical cyber assault.
Hell's bells! Nokia is on the highway to hell with two prototype Windows Phones, codenamed the AC/DC and the Prodigy.
If rumors are true, Nokia has two smartphones in the works that should have Windows Phone fans rockin'.
Finally, a pinball machine with balls.
Take a closer look at the AC/DC Pro Pinball machine from Stern Pinball, available now to rock and roll geeks worldwide.
While The Beatles may finally be available on iTunes there are plenty of other high profile acts who are not, including Australia's own AC/DC.
Band members say iTunes is just about the money and that they want to protect the album format. Hey Angus, what about protecting consumers?
The immensely popular singer is to release a new album after 13 years. For the first time, his catalog will be available digitally, but only on his website.