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The Mack magnetic headphone jack makes clotheslining yourself on headphone cords almost impossible.
Harman announces a custom-finish program for its made-to-order JBL Everest and K2 loudspeakers.
Stands and brackets shown at CEDIA 2015 allow you to hang Sonos speakers on the wall, raise them on stands; skins let you change the colors of the speakers.
What kind of playlists can I create? Will Apple Music replace iTunes? What will happen to my Beats subscription? We have the answers, and more.
The AKG N90Q headphones use ultrasound technology to custom calibrate their audio reproduction for whomever is wearing them.
Sony is introducing a $166 wireless compact TV speaker that can automatically adjust the volume according to ambient noise levels.
Despite a hardcore audience in the tens of thousands, Pono may have trouble expanding its brand of better-than-CD-quality tunes.
Will support for high-definition audio streams be enough to break Sonos’ iron grip on this market?
If you're meticulous about your music library, you should seriously consider not upgrading to iTunes 12.2 until the quirks are fixed.
Don't understand how iTunes Match, Apple Music, and iCloud Music Library work together? Here are the differences of these music services from Apple.
Apple Music, obviously. But there are several other changes you may have missed.
Home automation gets ultra simple with this smart light bulb that also streams music.
The pop star had earlier complained about Apple's decision not to pay artists during the free trial
Despite her criticism of Apple's handling of royalties during Apple Music's trial period, Swift remains bullish on the service's potential.
'We don't ask you for free iPhones,' the singer said this weekend, so Apple shouldn't demand free music