Playing music in multiple rooms around the house can be an expensive endeavor. If you’ve already got a handful of phones, tablets and laptops, why not sync them together so they’re all playing the same songs at the same time?
I see a couple of possible scenarios here.
Musician Nataly Dawn talks about her new album’s Kickstarter inception, how she still went into debt to make it and why she’s frustrated with musician Amanda Palmer’s Kickstarter critics.
I have a feeling Timbre’s going to live on my iPhone for a long time, if only because it’s such a delight to use.
Google Music has just made it easier to get started with a new scan and match feature for storing your music online. After hitting Europe last month, it’s available now to U.S. users as well.
AC/DC, a longtime iTunes holdout, has decided to join the digital age.
Microsoft has big plans for its new Xbox Music service when Windows 8 arrives on Oct. 26 and Windows Phone 8 a few days later on Oct. 29, but if you’re a gamer and you’d rather not wait, it’s actually available on the Xbox 360 …
The Zune era is about to come to a definitive end. Microsoft’s new Xbox Music–the service it announced at the E3 conference in June–arrives on the Xbox console on Tuesday and on Windows 8 on the operating system’s debut day, …
Neil Young claims he’s going to change the way we listen to digital music by pairing a new iPod-competitive Pono music player (I see “Ponyo” — how about you?) with an audiophile-caliber music download service. The claims are …
Just give in. There’s no escaping Gotye’s “Somebody That I Used to Know.”
Know how I know? Because it’s been made into a cover tune played by an old-school HP Scanjet 3C, two hard drives, auto-striking xylophone, Amiga 600 …
Having conquered rock and roll, Neil Young is setting his sights on consumer electronics with Pono, a portable music player and accompanying high-quality audio service coming next year.
Sometimes you need an extra push to hit the pavement or treadmill — or to make it through that last grueling mile of training — and the key may simply be loading right songs on your iPod.