Want to liberate the movies in your DVD collection from their plastic-and-metal prisons, so you can enjoy them on your iPhone, iPod, iPad, and Apple TV? Here's how.
Apps that can both transcode video to different formats and tag files with useful metadata can be incredibly useful. And I've found none better than Jendrik Bertram's $20 iFlicks.
Spotify has a lot of things going for it, but the experience of using it isn't necessarily among them. On Tuesday, the company moved to address some of those shortcomings with an update that primarily affects iPhone and iPod touch users.
The Watch ABC app ends its live streaming trial and expands to new cities. But of course, a cable subscription is required.
On Wednesday Pure announced that its Jongo multiroom music system is now available for purchase.
After years of dismissing Sonos as too expensive, Jonathan Seff has finally joined the ranks of the audio elite. Or at least that what he's telling himself.
Netflix's loss is Amazon's gain as the Internet giant picks up streaming Viacom shows.
At the All Things D conference on Thursday, Google's Sundar Pichai told Walt Mossberg that the Google Play Music All Access service will be making its way to iOS shortly.
If you're a fan of The Pixies, there's still time to help fund the Kickstarter project to publish a book with vintage band photos.
A little more than a month after rolling out 14 TV show pilots for its Amazon Prime members to vote on, Amazon announced Wednesday the five shows that will be made into full series this year and next.
On Tuesday, Pandora launched Pandora Premieres, a new station with upcoming albums that you can stream ahead of their U.S. release dates.
On Wednesday, Google joined Spotify, Mog, Rdio, Rhapsody, and Slacker with the launch of its Google Play Music All Access subscription music service. We go hands-on to give it a try.
On Wednesday Google announced a new subscription streaming music service called All Access, designed to compete with the likes of Spotify.
In a move that should surprise precisely no one, YouTube announced a pilot program that will herald a new age of subscription-based paid channels on the Google-owned video site.
If you find OS X's built-in capabilities for unarchiving and uncompressing files to be too limited, you'll want to check out Dag Agren's free The Unarchiver.