This year's symposium highlights the challenges of dealing with legacy while embracing new computing approaches.
Nest Labs, founded by the man dubbed the "father of the iPod," has found a way to get into your home in addition to its thermostat: a $129 smoke and carbon monoxide detector called Nest Protect. CNET's Paul Sloan sat down with Nest CEO Tony Fadell to find out how the two devices work together, what he learned at Apple, and his vision for the connected home.
Nest is tackling another part of the home, with the rollout of a smoke detector called Nest Protect. Dull stuff? Hardly. It's all about changing the way we live, the CEO says.
With iTunes Radio, Apple wants to be your DJ -- and big music labels are rooting for its success. Pandora, meantime, says growth is slowing.
The Facebook COO received a fat payday thanks to Wall Street's newfound love of the stock.
EXCLUSIVE: The man behind Def Jam, who brought hip-hop to the masses, is out to create stars on YouTube through the newly-created All Def Music. And he's teaming up with the world's largest music company to do it.
Pinterest loses its fight to keep Amazon from controlling the new top-level domain .pin.
Exclusive: Music industry legend Jimmy Iovine wants to launch his Spotify competitor with a big splash, which is why he's trying to partner with a wireless carrier.
Things have been a bit crazy since Parker's controversial multimillion-dollar nuptials in an old-growth forest on the California Coast. He talks with CNET's Paul Sloan about being the Internet's punching bag.
Apple might seem late to the streaming-music world, but really the digital music revolution is just getting going.