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Doctor Who pop-up shop hitting Brisbane

The Doctor Who pop-up shop that saw such wild success in Sydney is next taking to the Queensland capital.

By October 7, 2013


It's time to show some love for the CD format

The CD has been around for more than 30 years, and it's always been 100 percent uncompressed and super reliable.

By February 13, 2013


What kind of game is Forza Horizon for Xbox 360? (hands-on)

The Forza Motorsport series of racing games takes a slightly less formal turn with the upcoming Forza Horizon. We get an early hands-on.

By August 30, 2012


Kick the iTunes habit and celebrate Record Store Day

Hug an LP, cuddle with a CD or two, and mingle with fellow music lovers at a record store!

By April 20, 2012


Chinese New Year figurines for Android sell out

Android collectibles celebrating Chinese New Year sell out quickly, but more will be available later today.

By January 25, 2012


How YouTube's Coachella Webcast changed the world

Although YouTube and others have streamed plenty of other live events, last weekend's Webcast of more than 60 acts on three separate channels was the biggest example yet of a trend that is radically democratizing the music world.

By April 20, 2011


Experience Miles Davis' music with all five senses

You could touch, see, and hear Davis' 'Bitches Brew' album for forty years, but now you can smell and even taste it!

By November 14, 2010


oStylus for touch screens doesn't block your view

A swiveling donut-shaped tip lets you hold the oStylus at an angle you like, and the hole in the middle of the tip allows you to see what you are drawing.

By November 3, 2010


Music and technology firsts

Music and technology go together like rock and roll. We take a whirlwind tour through the history of technological milestones in music, packed with classic tunes and amazing facts

By November 25, 2009


Why won't they die? The tech we won't forget

If you were born, it's highly likely you'll die. Sorry about that. For consumer tech though, it's not quite so cut and dried. We explore the technology that just refuses to be killed off

By November 4, 2009