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A new study argues that artists are thriving and companies that adapt to new methods could thrive also.
Sales of digital music in 2011 accounted for 50.3 percent of purchases, beating physical music sales for the first time.
From data-only cell phone plans to HTML 5, these ten advancements are ready to go mainstream in the year to come.
Searching for a last-minute gift for the holidays? Look no further than Apple's App Store.
Rara joins the music services wars with a slant towards music fans not yet involved with digital music to a great degree.
Spotify says it will announce a "new direction," but it's not clear why, or which way it will go. Here are a few educated guesses on what the 10-million-member service has up its sleeve.
Spotify is now open to anyone and iCloud and iTunes Match are on their way, leaving other music service competitors scrambling to compete.
The Kindle Fire is out, and it's not really that great. What did you expect for $200? Guest Carlos Rodela worked at Amazon for years, and joins the PCWorld editors to discuss Amazon's tablet and Google's music service.
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.