Jane's Addiction fans, wireless industry executives, and the media converge for an event promoting LG's upcoming Thrill 4G.
Guitarist Dave Navarro and bass guitarist Chris Chaney talk with CNET about the role of technology in their concerts, downloading illegal music, and the oddness of playing to a sea of cell phones.
The sparring video-game giants face off in dueling press conferences, with Sony talking multimedia and hardware and Microsoft sticking to games.
Will the Optimus G succeed where past phones have failed? LG is promising its largest TV campaign of the year.
LG is the latest company to market 3D as the next great feature for the smartphone, but do consumers care?
At OSBC Microsoft got a music lesson from Jane's Addiction. Did it listen?
A few of the programs on DirecTV's new n3D channel try too hard with the 3D effect, causing significant issues with eyestrain and sickness.
This search engine aggregates second-hand ticket listings from around the Web, including eBay and broker sites, and arranges them on a useful seating chart.
According to a speaker at the annual Future of Music Coalition Summit, 99 percent of the titles released last year didn't sell enough copies to let their creators earn a living from CD sales.
The band is done with albums, but this may simply be another creative stroke of genius that helps the company sell more of its value elsewhere.