Services like Spotify and Pandora have radically disrupted the traditional state of music distribution, but the tools to help us deal with this glut of amazing music have yet to develop.
Kickstarter gives bands a chance to wave off traditional record labels and record or tour the way they want to. But as some indie musicians filled us in, even with a smooth-talking talent scout, the site comes with plenty of its own pitfalls.
Bandcamp, Spotify, and Pandora have made music available as never before. However, how much money is being made for the musicians you love? Probably a lot less than you think.
Unlike almost any other technology, audio gear can hold its own against – and sometimes even outperform – the latest and greatest.
Having access to a camera 24/7 doesn’t mean you have to use it. In many cases, the world would actually be a better place if you just left it in your pocket.
You’ll probably never be able to spring for a 152-inch TV or your own recording studio, but with a little smart shopping and ingenuity, the next best thing can come pretty close.
Have we learned nothing from the “Antenna Gate” circus? Despite all the grobbling, Apple Maps just isn’t that big of a deal.
Social networks encourage spreading everything you encounter far and wide, but sharing can actually destroy the very things you want to promote.
While the NBA, NHL and MLB fumble with their online strategies, the NFL has mastered the with the help of former MySpace exec Jeff Berman.
The rise of the tablet has heralded changes big and small across the tech ecosystem, from a booming market for cloud storage to the fall of Flash.
Yahoo finally has an ace in the CEO chair, but filling the rest of its ranks with top-notch employees may be tough in Silicon Valley’s notoriously competitive job market.
Learn how to make a podcast at home, from pick out the right mics and other equipment to distributing your finished product and getting heard.
When the elaborate self-portrait known as a Facebook profile seldom resembles the real thing, can advertisers really reach the right people?
Apple may rule the touchscreen, but when you need a good keyboard and mouse, Microsoft still knows how to craft a winner.
Apple’s so-called “skeuomorph” designs, which ape the look and feel of real-life objects, violate the design principles of one of the world’s best industrial designers: Dieter Rams.