Quality books written about metal used to be a rarity on store shelves.
Fortunately, the shortage has abated in recent years, buyoed by Keith Richards's tell-all autobiography.
Using what they call 'game-powered machine learning', the team says music lovers would be able to search every song on the web with a simple text search using key words like 'funky' or 'spooky electronica'.
Cyber activists linked to the Anonymous collective have rolled out a new social music platform aptly dubbed "AnonTunes."
A Sony-led consortium is set to get the green light from European regulators for its takeover of EMI's music publishing business.
The Coachella music festival kicks off with some fantastic performances every year in sunny California.
The great debate on whether physical media is dead in the music industry rages on, as Apple's iTunes continues to put a huge dent in the physical CD and traditional music sales market.
We can thank adult entertainment for a lot of new home technology we enjoy today.
Apple may be in the process of developing a new HD audio format for its iCloud streaming service.
Google's planninng to launch an own-brand home entertainment system, according to the Wall Street Journal.
As many as a quarter of today's teens could start losing their hearing in their thirties, say Tel Aviv University researchers studying the effects of MP3 players.
The bane of the music business is no more, never mind that the damage it caused is irreparable.
It's a couple of weeks late, but Apple's launched its iTunes match service, allowing users to add high-quality versions of the music they've ripped from CDs.
The public hasn't really been into music CDs for quite some time, but now it's reportedly official.
Yes, major record labels will finally cease production of CDs next year.
Bethesda has released a series of videos detailing the sights, sounds and music of its upcoming Elder Scrolls: Skyrim game.
Crossing the street while listening to music is highly dangerous, say researchers - even more so than talking on the phone.
After a long, long wait, European music streaming service Spotify is finally launching in the US today.
British festival-goers this summer no longer need to worry about charging their phones - as long, that is, as they're not too bothered about their eardrums either.
LimeWire has finally agreed to pay $105 million for promoting illegal filesharing after a protracted five-year legal battle with record execs.
Android has thus far contented itself with residing on smartphone and tablet devices.
But Google wants to shake up the status quo and usher in a new age of Android connectivity.
Live from the Google IO conference, the company has officially embarked on a new frontier in entertainment, launching movie rentals in the Android Marketplace and the long anticipated Google Music.