When you fire up iTunes to listen to a little music or make a purchase, you expect to see thumbnails of album covers and what’s hot. You’d never expect to see what some Russian users did when they installed iTunes for the first time.
Google’s latest experimental web app lets you jam with real friends on virtual instruments.
Buying something doesn’t necessarily mean you own it, and you only have to look as far as your phone or tablet for proof.
The ever-growing Internet Archive adds over 350,000 television news programs to its collection of searchable media.
Hot new streaming media services haven’t been eager to expand into Canada in the recent past, but our bad luck may finally be coming to an end.
Earlier this week, Aeroplan launched its Digital Media Store where you can cash in your miles for music, apps, e-books, and more.
With MegaUpload getting shut down, are other file-hosting sites like Dropbox in danger?
Music lovers, listen up. rara.com is a new streaming music service that just launched across 20 countries, including Canada, providing ad-free access to more than 10 million tracks. Here’s the scoop.
Did you get a new Mac computer over the holidays and don’t know where to start? Here’s a look at the year’s most downloaded software — many of which are free to use.
Over 200 music labels withdrew their songs from Spotify in order to protect album sales. Will more labels do the same as streaming music becomes more popular?