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These popular headphones are plenty loud and bass-heavy, and will liven up any commute—unless the commuter is an audiophile.
The service would compete with cable and satellite pay TV services if it goes ahead.
The Beats brand enters the crowded field of on-demand music subscriptions. Its advantage? Curation from people who get music (and, possibly, you).
Is a man not entitled to upgrade his PC whenever? “No!” says the man at Alienware.
The streaming music service backed by industry insiders like Dr. Dre and Trent Reznor is finally here.
The console wars heat up with a bit of friendly astroturfing: Microsoft secretly paid for YouTube games platform Machinima to produce positive Xbox One content.
From works by legendary directors to films featuring Oscar-nominated acting performances, these ten streaming movies are worth your time and more than worth their low cost of zero dollars.
Double Fine's ode to classic '90s adventure games is full of potential, but lacks the depth to make it a classic in its own right.
Microsoft's Xbox One outsold all others during the month of December, continuing its trend of outselling all other game consoles within the U.S.
HBO says that it will bring the popular HBO Go app to the Sony PS3 and PS4 soon. And if you want to share a password? No worries.
For the first time, Google-owned YouTube says it's hosting game day commercials and teasers prior to Super Bowl Sunday.
Despite a holiday sales push, the Wii U has failed to catch on.
With Spotify dominating the streaming music scene, Beats hopes to bring a better music curation system to the party.
It could be the biggest supergroup hit since Asia debuted “Heat of the Moment”: Valve and OculusVR discussed their partnership at Steam Dev Days on Thursday.
Everyone, everywhere can listening to as many free tunes as they want with Spotify, if they do it through the web client.