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The days of recording a podcast with your MacBook's microphone are over. Look to these tools to help improve your sound.
These high-end audio accessories for your Mac and iPod are designed to sound (and look) like a million bucks.
The iTunes Store has finally provided a way to preview all tracks on an album with one click.
The iTunes Store has posted iTunes Rewind 2009, a recap of the best of the year in music, podcasts, TV shows, movies, audiobooks, and apps.
Apple has acquired online music streaming company Lala, adding to the ways it could offer music to users.
The University of Michigan has almost completed the first semester of their course on Building a Mobile Phone Ensemble, taught by a leading developer behind the Ocarina iPhone app.
Stitcher, an iPhone app that offers radio programs on demand, has introduced live streaming. Stitcher 3.0 allows you to toggle between previously broadcast content and live programs.
A recent update to VoIP software Fring has made it the first iPhone app to allow video-chatting, but it's not without limitations.
Part three of Macworld's 2009 Holiday Gear Guide looks at gifts that cost more than $150 and are worth every penny.
Many bands allow people to tape their concerts, sell live recordings of shows, or both. Here are some places to look if you crave the rush of live music.
Twelve South has announced the BassJump, a USB-powered subwoofer that aims to enhance the audio pumped out by your MacBook's own speakers.
Apple has just quietly launched a service that makes links to the iTunes Store a little more informative by displaying information about the product in a Web browser.
High-end audio vendor B&W has announced the company's first forays into the headphone and computer-speaker markets.
Reports of the demise of free lyrics were premature. Unlicensed lyrics may be gone, but more-limited licensed versions are taking their place.
Gigaware’s latest hardware accessory and companion app add HD radio capabilities to the iPhone and iPod touch.