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Sonos customers can now enjoy access to more than 40,000 songs from various legendary concerts by big name musicians and bands through Wolfgang's Vault's streaming service.
June is audiobook month, so now is a great time to give them a try. Here's how.
The all-new H1 Handy Recorder will be available at the end of July.
Google is reputedly getting rid of Windows machines throughout the company, while Apple shuts down its acquired music service with no replacement in sight.
The U.S. Department of Justice is looking into allegations that Apple has used its leading position in the music market to stifle competition.
A new hardware adapter and app for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad allows musicians to hook up their guitars and rock out with customizable effects and amps.
Apple on Tuesday released iTunes 9.1.1, an update to its popular media software. The new version contains a number of bug fixes recommended for all users.
Apple has announced the fourth annual iTunes Festival in London. This time around, however, it's playing coy with announcing details of dates and artist lineups.
NPR has rolled out both an iPad app for browsing its content offerings and an iPad-friendly site, complete with audio streams.
Logic Pro and Logic Express have been updated to version 9.1.1, smoothing over some issues caused by the transition to 64-bit and adding 64-bit native support to Express.
Apple on Wednesday released MainStage 2.1.1, providing fifty minor fixes to the program including issues with 32-bit plug-in support.
MobileMe director Pablo Calamera has departed Apple for the position of Chief Technology Officer at music and ringtone site Thumbplay.
Macworld's Chris Breen looks at ways to listen to and capture radio that streams across the Internet.