Commentary: In the first 24 hours of its YouTube existence, the video for "Look What You Made Me Do" mesmerizes the world.
The search giant's online store turns five. Among its most popular content: lots of Facebook apps and a movie that caused an international incident.
Social Cues: Also trending on Twitter and Facebook are Transformers and German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
Apple Music will be home to the new spinoff from James Corden's late-night show which features celebrities singing in cars.
Android has a sweet new name, a Florida man has his eyes set on Apple and Andy questions what's inside a Mars bar.
The album was the biggest seller of 2015, and fans are finally going to be able to stream it on Spotify.
The British pop star could make history if she puts pen to paper on the Sony contract.
There are so many really dreadful sounding recordings coming out, the Audiophiliac ponders the reasons why.
We ask if you really need a headphone socket on your smartphone and find out which tech companies had the most to offer in 2015. It's all here, plus much more, on the UK's best tech podcast.
The hot-selling pop singer teams with Songkick to squelch efforts by bulk buyers to gouge eager fans.
Breaking up is hard to do, but Facebook wants to help. Bridget Carey offers other ways to ease the pain, including Adele's latest album, which could make history with CD shipments. What year is it?
Technically Incorrect: The dapper, diminutive singer says no musician has made money from the Web, just as he predicted.