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Despite a hardcore audience in the tens of thousands, Pono may have trouble expanding its brand of better-than-CD-quality tunes.
Despite her criticism of Apple's handling of royalties during Apple Music's trial period, Swift remains bullish on the service's potential.
According to Sony Music CEO Doug Morris, Apple will introduce a brand new music streaming service at Monday's WWDC keynote.
It’s horses for courses with Axel Audio’s assemble-yourself headphones that let you pick different drivers for different genres.
Forget ceiling-mounted speakers and smart LED bulbs; Sony's latest invention rolls them into a single device.
Yesterday’s cavalcade-of-stars re-launch was fun and all, but the service is no different than it was last week.
Things are going well for Tidal, the high-fidelity streaming service Jay-Z recently acquired. Taylor Swift has brought her music catalog, and T-Mobile has added the service to its list of music platforms exempt from data caps.
HP will use audio technology from Bang & Olufsen in its PCs and tablets
Need some music for your next house party? Pandora will soon have something for you.
For a $160, Sony's audiophile SDXC card claims to reduce electrical noise. Will anyone buy it?
The lossless audio compression format won't be limited to laptops and desktops, though it's a few months away.
It's finally here audio fans: Neil Young's fancy high-resolution audio player the Pono is landing on store shelves.
The NW-ZX2 runs Android and supports the Hi-Res audio format.
Windows 10 will make it easier for users to enjoy lossless audio, with support for the popular FLAC format across all modern and desktop programs.