No one can say that Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen has not done a lot with his life. He has been a philanthropist, inventor, investor, cancer survivor and author.
Twitter apparently has its very own music app in the works. Although it remains unclear when the platform will go live for the masses, the site has already granted early access to a number of prominent musicians.
Apple is at least considering a system to allow customers to sell or lend their iTunes content.
Apple's reportedly in talks with Beats Electronics - the high-priced -headphone maker founded by hip-hop producer Dr Dre and music mogul Jimmy Iovine - about its planned Daisy music streaming service.
If you thought MySpace died a horrible death a very long time ago, well, you probably aren't alone.
Birds may be moved emotionally by their own music in the same way as we are by ours, suggests a new study on white-throated sparrows.
A word to the wise: never, ever, take a rhesus monkey out clubbing - it'll dance more embarrassingly than your dad.
For years, some of the world's most popular rock 'n roll and heavy metal bands shunned digital music, allegedly over piracy concerns.
Microsoft has released details of its Xbox Music service, offering access to around 30 million songs worldwide.
Mountain View is currently rolling out its full Play platform to Google TV devices.
Japan is to introduce tough penalties for internet users who download copyright-infringing material - with fines of up to $25,700 and a potential two-year jail term.
Artists often like to spice up their sounds by crossing boundaries. One of said boundaries is going into the world of collaborations – working with other artists in order to create something new and innovative.
This week, music was inevitably plagued with controversy involving lawsuits, tragedy, politically incorrect statements and more.
Pandora has rolled out a major upgrade for the mobile Android version of its streaming online radio app.
As regular readers of TG Daily know, we’re big fans of the good old days of MTV.
We regard the music world as a place where anything can happen, and an unfortunate string of tragedies have set the tone for this week.
Playing music while you sleep can help improve your ability to play the same tune, new Northwestern University research suggests.
Scientists from Imperial College London have built a computer program powered by natural selection, and say it can match the best pop and classical composers.
Apple's reportedly planning to ditch Ping, its social network for music, in the next release of iTunes later this year.
People have been making music for thousands of years longer than thought, new dating evidence shows.