Gracenote announced a new feature for its automotive platform that will let automakers set a common interface for music coming from any audio source.
Gracenote announced a new digital signal processing product for cars, Dynamic EQ, which recognizes individual songs and automatically applies equalizer settings.
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.
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.
CNET takes a hands-on look at the Gracenote service found on select Sony 2011 TVs, which can identify music in much the same way as the Shazam app.
A look at the Gracenote TrackID service on Sony TVs.
Gracenote Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer Ty Roberts hints at the company's upcoming CES announcements, including enhanced music-streaming capabilities for the TV.
Gracenote shows off automotive technologies at CES.
CNET Car Tech takes a look at Gracenote's CarStars music system, shown at 2009 CES.