Gracenote announced a new feature for its automotive platform that will let automakers set a common interface for music coming from any audio source.
The electronics company sells off all its shares of the music-matching and streaming service to the Tribune Co.
Sony's music-matching service lends a hand to Microsoft to label your Xbox Music albums and stream them across different devices.
A note on the site encourages subscribers to switch to Beats, which Apple is in the process of acquiring for $3 billion.
Sony and Microsoft have delivered their next-gen visions, but with this caveat: more microtransactions. Cash grab or survival strategy, it will surely generate controversy as 2014 rolls along.
Microsoft's next-gen console may have now sold an impressive 2 million units, but the real action for the Xbox One and its higher price point will be keeping up with Sony in 2014.
Mercedes-Benz rolled out this concept at the 2013 Frankfurt motor show: the Concept S-Class Coupe. CNET's Wayne Cunningham gives us a first look and shows you how the company is using Gracenote to set the music you have in the car to reflect certain types of moods.
This year's International Motor Show in Frankfurt was packed with sexy concepts and production models as well as a few fun surprises along the way.
At the 2013 Frankfurt auto show, Mercedes-Benz rolled out one of its big cars, a concept based on the S-Class, but in coupe form.
Sources tell CNET that Beats wants a new CEO managing the music service it acquired this year.