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Apple could stop your iPhone from taking photos or videos at concerts

A new Apple patent could disable your iPhone's camera, more iPhone 7 rumors, and wireless charging comes to the iPhone with Mophie's Charge Force

By June 30, 2016


Stephen Colbert ridicules Ticketmaster's free-voucher concerts

Technically Incorrect: Yes, you too can get free tickets for a Black Sabbath tribute band. If you try very hard.

By June 25, 2016


How to never miss another concert or festival

And be one of the first people to grab concert tickets.

By June 17, 2016


You can now livestream concerts on your iPhone in VR

Startup Rivet streams gigs from New York's Blue Note Jazz Club in 360-degree virtual reality. Now, it's bringing those services to iOS devices (and Androids too, eventually).

By May 31, 2016


Jack White at Jack in the Box? Fake concerts popping up all over Facebook

A fake event invitation for a Limp Bizkit concert at an Ohio gas station creates a wave of false but funny concerts on Facebook. So if you've got tickets to see The Flaming Lips at a botox clinic, get a refund.

By May 20, 2016


'Hundreds' of live concerts to stream in virtual reality

Live Nation partners with NextVR to broadcast major music events in virtual reality.

By May 4, 2016


Wearing headphones at a concert is music to your ears with this app

It might seem strange to cover your ears at a live concert, but Peeble could solve the problems of awful acoustics -- not to mention the guy in front of you who won't shut up.

By February 28, 2016


Apple Music lands exclusive Taylor Swift concert video

The film, to be released December 20, features on-stage performances and backstage scenes from the pop star's recently concluded concert tour.

By December 13, 2015


Spotify wants to be your concert spotter

The music-streaming service kicks off a service designed to make sure you never again miss that show you've been dying to see.

By November 12, 2015


With Ticketfly buy, Pandora aims to be your concert concierge

The CEOs of Pandora and Ticketfly believe their merger could mark a turning point for artists in the Internet age. They say what's good for the music makers is great for you too.

By October 7, 2015