If you have no interest in smartphones but want an audio player with unlimited song downloads, the budget-friendly Chorus delivers great song and call quality, but its display is extremely unresponsive.
A spontaneous -- and intensely un-British -- London Underground chorus of 1988 Erasure hit "A Little Respect" has hit YouTube. Watch the video here.
France's Opera de Lyon debuts "Steve Five (King different)" on Friday, complete with a chorus of tenors, classical and rap music to explore the similarities between "King" Jobs and Shakespeare's King Henry V.
An inspiring musical goodie for Star Wars Day: Singer Nick McKaig puts in 300 hours of production time so the fourth may truly be with you.
Formula 1 is getting some bouncing-ball treatment from the Ten Network, with broadcasts shifting from HD to SD, from live to "live" and back again.
The ZTE Chorus isn't a smartphone per se, but it runs on a 3G network, features Muve Music with unlimited song downloads, and has great sound quality.
The Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra Chorus tweetly sings lines gleaned from its Twitter feed in a holiday extravaganza that marries social media to the famous "Carmina Burana."
Cricket Wireless will work in concert with Best Buy to bring two new Muve Music phones to market: the Android-based ZTE Score and the simpler ZTE Chorus.
EnvIO Networks' Top 10 free and paid iPhone apps for December are out. These all come from the company's Chorus app, which acts as a layer on top of Apple's own App Store.
Turns out the newborn iPhones 4 might have a touch of the old jaundice -- it's ok, it's pretty common, just try to lay them in direct sunlight for a few hours. (No, don't try that. Just call Apple.) Top story today, though: a victory for the Internet! That victory? YouTube wins against Viacom! (Viacom plans to appeal.) Also, Rafe was totally right about that antenna thing, he would like to you to know, and when it comes to Twitter and Facebook, well: it's war.