That's $200 off the regular price of this '50s-style jukebox, which would look mighty nice in a den or rec room.
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.
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.
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.
Verizon Wireless has opened its new Innovation Center in Massachusetts to help companies develop innovative products for its 4G LTE service.
All you need is to hook up the jukebox to a Windows Media Center-compatible PC and install its bundled My Movies software to access up to 1,000 Blu-ray, DVD, and CD titles through the intuitive WMC graphics user interface.
We check in with reporter Greg Sandoval on the RealDVD trial, during which RealNetworks CEO Rob Glaser showed off a prototype "DVD jukebox" the company has in the works.
Microsoft's Zune HD portable media player hasn't seen a refresh this year, and may not ever again. But the software and services behind the Zune continue on in products like Windows Phone 7, Xbox 360, and possibly future tablets.