Channeling Saul Bass, one of the world's greatest movie credit creators, a YouTuber produces an entrancing cover of the HBO show's opening tune.
It's been 50 years since the world's first modular synthesizer hit the market. Moogfest celebrates the evolution of the sound-bending instrument, and this year, so did Crave's Michael Franco.
The venerable label celebrates its 75th anniversary with a slew of new and classic reissued LPs.
The serial entrepreneur is promoting Recess, a music festival, pitch competition, and student job fair rolled into one. The "Shark Tank" star tells CNET why he's backing it.
The end of the year wouldn't be complete without a penultimate appearance from CNET Audiophiliac Steve Guttenberg. In this episode, we'll check in with the new Rough Trade record store in Brooklyn, sample a variety of hi-fi gear from Sony, Koss, and U-Turn, preview a movie about the best-selling band you've never heard of, and explore the future of digital music.
The IDNAtity app translates your genetic markers into a unique theme song.
Pangraph, a spirograph-inspired pancake batter delivery system, turns out delightful edible creations on a normal frying pan.
A couple of Apple watchers believe the recent spate of negative news about the iPhone maker is mostly perception, and partly cyclical.
The ZTE Groove is an entry-level handset with a 3.5-inch HVGA screen, a 3.2-megapixel camera, and Muve Music, which is Cricket's streaming music subscription service. Unfortunately, it runs on the dated Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS.
While the ZTE Groove can make calls, pass it over in favor of better Cricket handsets.