For those struggling to learn the guitar, a new wearable startup, Vibes, may have just the way to help you out. Based in the UK, Vibes has been working on an ear training technology that is powered through a wearable forearm strap. See Also: How to use machine learning in today’s enterprise environment What […]
Music is extremely powerful. We all accept that it can affect our emotions and the way we feel, but science is showing that it has more direct effects on the brain as well, particularly when it is paired with wearables devices. Brain.fm is a freemium auditory program designed to help people either focus, relax or sleep […]
It seems that every day a new IoT device or means to connect existing devices is revealed. With so much energy in being devoted to tell us how, when, where, what we can connect to each other, the “why” may be getting a little blurry. So we want to take a step back every now and […]
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How Apple’s competition stacks up.
How unlimited access changes our relationship with music.
As a computer-generated pop star, Miku can’t screw up.
At a 50% discount, too.
At least it wasn’t Nickelback.
Amazon Prime Music has a lot less to do with music and a lot more to do with Prime.
Twitter failed to create its own music app, so now it apparently wants to buy someone else’s.
Now the question is whether the FCC will double down by regulating broadband providers as common carriers.
Apple created the digital music industry, but its days of taking us to places we didn’t know existed might be over.
Music brings people together, but technology is strengthening those connections.
Google Play Music is now the first outside app that can control Sonos’ smart home speakers.
At $35, the Chromecast is a marvel. But how well does it hold up for home audio?
Twitter and Billboard will now collect and show off the most popular music conversation on the social network.
We spent some time with the reinvented Sonos app—which may be the key to the modular speaker-maker’s survival.
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Beats Music feels like it was designed by someone who wears cool shoes and doesn’t talk about algorithms.