Apple plans to relaunch Beats Music on Monday after putting the streaming service in a holding pattern for a year. Here's how it can make up for lost time.
So many deals, I couldn't pick just one. For starters, a whopping 100-song jukebox collection for $2.59.
Want to access your music collection wherever you go? Here's a guide on sorting your tunes and choosing a cloud streaming service to suit your needs.
Some consumers accused Apple of unfairly boosting iPod prices because it banned music from services other than the iTunes store. They're asking for $350 million, and even Steve Jobs will make an appearance in court, via taped deposition.
That's $200 off the regular price of this '50s-style jukebox, which would look mighty nice in a den or rec room.
The streaming service now will run across multiple devices, not just smartphones. Samsung calls it "a big-screen jukebox for the 21st century home."
Take a closer look at Jukebox Hero, a music sharing app for iOS and Android that puts party guests in charge of your playlist.
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.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk has provided a demo of the music-streaming capabilities of the Model S. Responding to voice commands, the car can play virtually any song by streaming it online.
Commentary: Apple made no mention of a watch or related software at this week's developers conference, but it added a few potential pieces to its wearable puzzle.