CNET reports from the Detroit Auto Show 2014.
Deciding to unplug his voice from technology for NPR, the man who made Auto-Tune de rigueur shows that he didn't need it at all.
What are the first apps that pop into your head when you think music? If Apple's Beats Music is among them, you may be scanning farther down new App Annie standings than you might expect.
The Bluetooth Speaker with Roasting Thermometer plays music and monitors temperature. Pre-recorded voice alerts keep the cooking on track.
Want to learn your favorite songs without looking each one up? Check out the MusiXmatch app for Android.
Philips has a karaoke set for enthusiasts at a high price.
JBL amusingly brings back all the times you were tied up by your headphone wires.
Pandora's free AMP service pulls back the curtain on data culled from tens of billions of hours of listening to help musicians market themselves smarter.
Jimmy Kimmel is out to show the world just how bad Apple's personal assistant app Siri really is by showing how Siri would perform as a waitress. Crickets, cheese and chowder, anyone?
Cypher promises its voice isolating software will elevate call quality, whether you're a caller in a noisy restaurant or a soldier on the battlefield.
The "YouTube for audio" is the latest streaming-music site to tout new ways artists can commercialize. Of course, for its 175 million monthly listeners, that means commercials.