Don't-Miss Music player Stories
Google Music and iTunes Match finally debuted this month. Here's how they stack up head to head and against Amazon's Cloud Drive music service.
Google Music might be smaller than other stores and missing Warner Brothers artists, but features like the artist hubs and the social integration with Google+ make it compelling.
Google Music, the company's cloud-based online music service, is now available to all users in the U.S. and includes song and album sales, as well as an...
An Android music shopping service is expected to soon join Amazon's music in the cloud, while Apple users are left waiting for iTunes Match to launch.
Storing and managing your music is frustrating when you forget to sync tunes with your smartphone or tablet. Here's a look at five services that will let you access your music from almost anywhere.
Facebook is declaring early success for the new functionality on its site that lets members notify their friends what songs they're listening to online and makes...
The rise of connected mobile devices coupled with increased storage will make music subscription services more attractive, according to a leading research firm.
Supporters of a controversial copyright protection bill recently introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives are firing back after several digital rights groups have suggested the legislation could lead to law enforcement officials targeting sites like YouTube and Twitter.
Want to watch your DVDs or videos on your iPad or Honeycomb tablet? We'll show you how.
An iPod Nano watchband on Kickstarter would waterproof your player and give you Bluetooth.
Apple misses its own October date to launch iTunes Match, its ambitious cloud-based music service.