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  • Wu-Tang Clan's new album released on a speaker before it hits stores

    Wu-Tang Clan's new album released on a speaker before it hits stores
    Wu-Tang Clan’s long-awaited comeback album, “A Better Tomorrow,” isn’t due until December, but a few thousand fans already have most of the record. Fans didn’t get the album, the Staten Island collective’s first...
  • You can now find Radio Disney content on Slacker Radio

    You can now find Radio Disney content on Slacker Radio
    With AM and FM radio sliding ever more deeper into irrelevance as listeners migrate to Internet radio, Disney programming is increasingly making the transition to digital platforms. Earlier this year came the news that Disney was ditching almost all...
  • Aether Cone, a Wi-Fi speaker that likes to listen

     Aether Cone, a Wi-Fi speaker that likes to listen
    Someday, Siri and the Aether Cone might make perfect speech-recognition soulmates. Not yet. The Cone still qualifies as the world's smartest wireless speaker because it plays requests — as in, "Play Lennie Tristano" or " Play 'Ari Up' by Hollie...
  • Slacker Radio enlists Tyler Oakley, other YouTube stars as station DJs

    Slacker Radio enlists Tyler Oakley, other YouTube stars as station DJs
    YouTube stars who’ve been diversifying by acting in films, authoring books and selling clothing now have a new occupation to try out. Pandora competitor Slacker Radio plans soon to invite any social-media star to be the deejay of his or her own...
  • Ford to launch new Sync infotainment system to address complaints

    Ford to launch new Sync infotainment system to address complaints
    Ford Motor Co. is moving to address one of the biggest complaints about its vehicles — the glitchy in-dash Sync technology system that controls such things as temperature settings, phone calls and music selection. The new system is a complete...
  • What's on your surgeon's playlist?

    When you're asleep in the operating room, your surgeon is most likely listening to music. But what kind of music and why? An article in the Christmas issue of the British Medical Journal sheds light on the matter by summing up research findings and...
  • What We Know About the New Audi Q7

     
    The Audi Q7 may be a bit long in the tooth but it is the epitome of a luxury SUV. The new Audi Q7 ??? lighter, more efficient, larger on the inside ??? turns down the wagon road in terms......
  • CNET: Four Top Holiday Picks

    These four products represent the best gifting choices available in their respective categories as chosen by CNET's editors. (We'll feature more picks from this feature in next week's installment.) Tablets: iPad Air 2 The good: The new iPad Air gets...
  • Medical and tech researchers see smartphones as health's next frontier

    Medical and tech researchers see smartphones as health's next frontier
    The West Hollywood club scene was just picking up as Charles Lea and other UCLA grad students fanned out along Santa Monica Boulevard. Their goal that evening: Find young black men, gay and bisexual, willing to participate in a study on how smartphone...
  • Hollywood is giving tech start-ups the star treatment

    Hollywood is giving tech start-ups the star treatment
    Japanese technology entrepreneur Ken Fukazawa was in San Francisco in March when his geeky friends told him about something awesome coming up in Los Angeles. Walt Disney Co. was opening its doors to selected start-ups for a summer of intensive...
  • T-Mobile expands list of music providers in its free streaming program

    T-Mobile expands list of music providers in its free streaming program
    T-Mobile's popular music streaming program just doubled in size. The wireless carrier recently launched a program called Music Freedom that allows wireless customers to stream songs from certain music services without using up their wireless data. On...