Neil Young believes that it is time that we finally demand a much higher audio quality in digital music.
Consumers can now purchase music on the Android Market and store their songs in the Google Music virtual locker.
Pandora has launched a slick new HTML5 interface that includes a button for sharing stations on Twitter and Facebook, and unlimited music streaming.
Apple's cloud service will be better because the company acquired licenses from the four record labels.
The music industry wants more from LimeWire than what the United States owes to Americans and other countries across the globe.
President Obama is reportedly considering a three strikes law similar to what's already in effect in France.
Harmonix and MTV today announced that Lady GaGa will be making her Rock Band debut next week. Nice and all but Lady GaGa+RockBand doesn't exactly equal breaking news. So what would make her debut breaking news? Oh, just Cartman.
Living life as a struggling musician can be hard. Chances are most of us know someone who was in an actually-pretty-decent band that just didn't get the recognition it deserved no matter how hard the members tried.
AT&T is the latest ISP to pull the plug on Usenet access thanks to New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo.
Google yesterday unveiled the product of an agreement with the likes of Crackle, CBS, MGM, Lionsgate and Starz and others: A Shows tab on the YouTube that brings with it thousands of television episodes and hundreds of movies.
Torrenting has its good days and its bad. On the same day that we learn Linuxtracker is distributing over 180 Terabytes of data a year, hackers shut down an anti-piracy site.
Pirated copies of Apple's new iWork '09 software suite has been found to contain Trojan Virus. Intego, the security firm that develops VirusBarrier for OSX has confirmed over 20,000 have downloaded the infected software.
It’s no at all shocking that the majority of music downloaded today are illegal, but numbers released by International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) are somewhat worrying.
The first bit of new Apple product that Steve Jobs chose to unveil during his presentation on Tuesday was iTunes 8.