The new subscription-music service lacks an ad-backed, free version. Its chief executive says he fundamentally disagrees with anyone who wants the option.
Notable athletes use Twitter and so do some famous musicians. Pitchforkmedia.com has compiled sample tweets from the likes of Coldplay and Trent Reznor.
Today's fans have a different "relationship" with artists, one not based on buying music.
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.
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Flash for Android has risen from its stinking grave to haunt us once more. And it's all thanks to BBC iPlayer.
I've only purchased 9 recordings made this year.
One of the main differences between Spotify and Pandora is the ability to listen to streaming radio on iOS--a new app called SpotON Radio may be a game changer for Pandora listeners.
Google's latest subscription music service may not be up to the challenge of taking on Spotify.
Apple highlighted nine indie songs that iTunes offered for 69 cents. The discerning shopper can pick up at least five of the tunes for free elsewhere.