The high-resolution music player and online store called Pono, backed by musician Neil Young, will be available to pre-order from Kickstarter in mid-March.
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The new subscription-music service lacks an ad-backed, free version. Its chief executive says he fundamentally disagrees with anyone who wants the option.
Antuan catches flack for his review of the Mustang Boss 302, a listener sticks up for satellite radio 2.0, and we explore some of the weaknesses of direct injection on this episode of CNET Roadside Assistance.
Explaining that comments are bad for science and backing it up with -- well, science -- the 141-year-old magazine is shutting down the comments section on its Web site.
Today's fans have a different "relationship" with artists, one not based on buying music.
Depending on your feelings about Creative Cloud, you're either going to want to pop the champagne or sharpen your pitchfork. The Creative Suite products go cloud-only, but get better integration and new features.
Google's latest subscription music service may not be up to the challenge of taking on Spotify.
Your home's tunes controlled by a wave of the hand or a voice command? It could happen, and the big-thinking Swede believes his music service could be the soundtrack to that very plugged-in vision.
Flash for Android has risen from its stinking grave to haunt us once more. And it's all thanks to BBC iPlayer.