This music jukebox/subscription service/store combination does it all, but its playlist-centric interface can cause confusion.
Visit Download.com for a free download of this sofware.
Security reporter Elinor Mills joins us today to discuss the large data breach at marketing services company Epsilon, which most likely landed your e-mail address in a hacker's database.
Yes, that's right. Apple owes Microsoft for its success -- big time. Join us as we run you through the argument
Tom and Rafe take a trip down memory lane, describing older, defunct software they used to love... and hate.
According to a report in The Wall Street Journal, PC maker Dell is considering making MP3 players again, along with its own software and music subscription service.
Earlier this year, a jury ordered Microsoft to pay Alcatel-Lucent $1.52 billion in a patent dispute over MP3 technology. The verdict seemed ridiculous at the time, and has now been reversed.
Former MusicMatch and Rio execs try to make radio personal and portable with a start-up Web music service and device dubbed Slacker. Photos: Slacker's ambitious music project
The South by Southwest festival in Austin, Texas, brings together bands, bohemians, geeks and more.
Slacker takes the pain out of new music discovery.
The new Archos 204 is a small 20GB MP3 player that's exclusive to Europe -- it's a very small hard disk-based model that's sure to appeal to both teens and grown-ups