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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.
The RIAA has turned its sights on ReDigi, a "used digital music store" that allows users to buy and sell "pre-owned" music.
Google and the RIAA are in a snit over Android apps that allow you to download copyright protected music for free via Android devices.
Adobe promises to support the soon-to-be-orphaned Flash Player plug-in for mobile browsers with critical bug fixes and security updates.
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.
Adobe will cut 750 jobs and reduce its investment in enterprise software as part of a broader plan to target the fast-growing markets for digital media and...
The rise of connected mobile devices coupled with increased storage will make music subscription services more attractive, according to a leading research firm.
Backing off on the standard specs allows hardware makers more flexibility to design phones for specialized markets and cut costs along with cutting features.
Apple misses its own October date to launch iTunes Match, its ambitious cloud-based music service.