TouchTunes and LocaModa want to link 30,000 jukeboxes controlled by mobile phones.
CNET Editor Jasmine France answers all of your questions about MP3 players, accessories, headphones, and more in this regular Ask the Editors feature.
That's $200 off the regular price of this '50s-style jukebox, which would look mighty nice in a den or rec room.
On the eve of Fall CTIA 2008, Verizon Wireless announces Ringback Buddies, which allows its customers to browse and purchase ringtones from Facebook.
TouchTunes, the company that owns the digital jukeboxes found in many bars, has created an iPhone app to go along with its social music site, MyTouchTunes.
Root Music CEO J Sider and Evolver.fm's Eliot Van Buskirk join Rafe to discuss how the music industry has changed for performers, and what all the new digital services mean for them.
TouchTunes, the company that owns the digital jukeboxes found in many bars, has created a social music site where people can create playlists for their upcoming nights out.
Check out in-depth screenshots of the new Zune Software and Marketplace.
CNET reviews the NWZ-A810--it's looking up for the new Walkmans.
The Sima I Mix can store hundreds of hours of music but doesn't connect easily to your PC.
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