Miles Weiss Rock singer Neil Young has raised $500,000 from an investment group to launch a high-fidelity format for downloading music.
Professional body piercer Dave Hurban is a man attached to his iPod. Literally.
Apple is planning a September 1 event at which the company is expected to unveil an updated iPod line-up.
Rod Easdown Endless hours of pounding sound from your music player could damage your hearing.
Rachel Metz The new Apple iPod Nano is the best and smallest multimedia player you can buy for under $200.
Georgina Robinson It appears you won't get mugged for your iPod in Sydney any more.
Bonnie Wertheim In a perfect world, all electronics would be cordless.
Sight and Sound Rod Easdown reviews a trio of sound docks that protect the device from errant dance moves.
Sight and Sound These days we can store our entire CD collections in small, convenient boxes.
Fran Berkman Headphones have come a long way in the past 100 years, revolutionising the way we consume media and the way we communicate.
Farhad Manjoo iTunes 11 did not arrive on time. Apple had promised to deliver the next version of its music-management program in October.
Asher Moses Video didn't kill the radio star but a free online music-streaming service called Pandora just might.
Amazon.com has launched a service that gives CD buyers instant copies of music in the cloud in a major challenge to Apple's iTunes shop.
Amazon says its 22-million song music catalogue is now "optimised" for users of Apple devices, making it easier for iPhone owners to circumvent the iTunes Store.
David Flynn Want to tune in to your music or video and tune out of the world around you?
Julie Power ANVARA AKBAROVA says she ''can't live'' without her earphones plugged in to loud music on her phone or iPod, although friends have told her she is going deaf from continuous exposure.
RYAN NAKASHIMA Legendary rocker Neil Young has taken his campaign for higher-fidelity digital sound to the stage of a technology conference, saying a giant of the industry was on his side: the late Steve Jobs.
Chris Taylor Apple is unintentionally censoring rap music and other explicit tracks downloaded using its iTunes Match service — by replacing them with the clean versions of the same songs.
Julian Lee SONY has signalled it may withdraw its artists from Apple's iTunes store and withhold its games from the iPhone in a sign the two companies are on the brink of all-out war.
Bleeding Edge Subscription networks give you control of your music at the push of a button.