Part multi-room speaker, part portable companion, the JookBox uses a specialized app to allow multiple users to add their own flavor to the playlist on as many as 10 speakers at a time.
Sharp ushers in anew era of wireless home theaters with its new Wireless High Resolution Audio Player, offering high-res audio and video transmission to cut the strings on your home setup.
Mad Genius radio aims to shake up the music streaming scene, offering a five point rating scale, a ton of genres to choose from, and unprecedented tools and features that allow you to control your mix better than just about any service on the block.
Oslo, Norway's Aspiro Group announces 16 new partners for its CD-quality streaming service which launched today. Dubbed Tidal, the service offers millions of tracks, music videos, and tailored editorial by music journalists.
We speak with Wayne Coyne of The Flaming Lips, who runs us through what it was like to re-record Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band collaboratively with artists like Miley Cyrus.
New music is dropping all the time. It's time to get some new tunes in your ears. Here are our favorite new releases for the week, including Taylor Swift, Run the Jewels, Jerry Lee Lewis, the Foo Fighters, and more!
YouTube will offer the option of an ad-free paid subscription to its videos in the near future. The company may also offer paid subscriptions to music videos.
Tim Cook wants you to know that it wasn't his decision to kill off the iPod Classic. During a Q&A in California on Monday, the CEO said Apple simply "couldn't find the parts anymore," adding that the Classic's demise wasn't down to him "swinging the ax."
Using a Linux based OS, Wi-Fi, and acoustic sensors, the Prizm is a minimalist device designed to turn any powered speakers or stereo system into a learning music player.
OK Go's latest video will blow your mind with electric unicycles, drones, and a crazy collection of choreography.
Deezer has yet to launch inside the US but continues to expand its streaming service nevertheless — the company has announced that it has acquired popular talk radio and podcast app Stitcher.
As the Fire phone continues to sink, Amazon's Fire TV claws for more space in the streaming marketplace, announcing it's app count has tripled since launching in April, and piled on new apps including Spotify, NFL Now, and more.
Part case, part stand, and part wireless stereo speaker system, OIO's new Amp is a beautiful add-on for your iPad Air, designed to take the portable media experience to the next level.
Microsoft has announced that it is discontinuing the free Xbox Music streaming feature on December 1 in all countries where it is currently offered. A subscription pass remains.
The Vamp aims to turn any speaker in your arsenal into an autonomous wireless sound system, at a price that pretty much anyone can afford.
Remember the ‘80s? Gary Numan does, and he’s ready for something new. The electronic music pioneer talked with us about hi-res recording, the magic of the piano, and why he’s running alongside today’s electronic crowd – not in it.
Google Play Music harnesses the power of Songza to give you context-based listening suggestions. The redesigned app is available on Android, iOS, and the Web.
The Guardians of the Galaxy soundtrack will be released on cassette tape this November. It's a limited edition and can only be found at a few record stores.
Spotify today released an update to its iOS app which supposedly added Apple CarPlay support. Unfortunately, CarPlay support isn't actually new for Spotify, and even worse, the app still doesn't work with CarPlay.
Spotify now offers family plans for music streaming at a much lower price than paying for individual subscriptions. Spotify aims to convince casual users to subscribe with the new plans.
Twitter is already popular with musicians and singers seeking to promote their work and connect with fans, so the microblogging site's new Audio Card feature, which lets you listen to music tracks while browsing your timeline, is likely to prove popular.
Polk Audio adds a new piece to its extensive audio arsenal with the sleek and curvy MagniFi sound bar, which adds extra emphasis on the center channel to clear up the confusion in the cloudiest dialog.
Bono said the band got "a little carried away" with its recent 'Songs of Innocence' promotion that saw the album pushed to millions of handsets via iTunes. Speaking during a Q&A session on Facebook, U2's frontman apologized to disgruntled iTunes users.