If you've yet to ditch your living room stereo for music streaming, this plug-and-play device could be just what you want. We go hands-on.
Promising that it's easier to use than Spotify and Apple Music, Electric Jukebox pumps music through your TV via a dongle, and a motion-control remote.
The new Electric Jukebox turns your TV into a music-streaming hub. It's aimed squarely at those who are looking for a hi-fi replacement.
This may be the easiest way to enjoy the endless choice of music streaming: just plug it into your TV and say the name of your favourite band into the remote control. It's not cheap though.
The Audiophiliac ponders his attraction to intentionally distorted music.
That's $200 off the regular price of this '50s-style jukebox, which would look mighty nice in a den or rec room.
Take a closer look at Jukebox Hero, a music sharing app for iOS and Android that puts party guests in charge of your playlist.
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.
Aussie music streaming-service Guvera offers unlimited mobile and web listening for free to its users. We chat with Guvera's general manager for more insights into the deal.
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.