Major record labels are starting to question the free model of music streaming.
Why are there so many albums with “explicit” songs on them?
You can stream lossless music, but is it worth it? Does the quality difference outweigh the data cost?
I’ve been hearing that a number of people have been investigating issues about high-resolution music vendors selling standard CD-quality files and claiming they are high-resolution.
Steve Guttenberg, writing at CNet, makes an interesting point: Most people listen to music in their cars, portable players, or $10 computer speakers. Audiophiles are the 1 percent still listening at home over a hi-fi. Yes, most people listen on portable devices or cheap speakers. I raised that question recently when I suggested that rather […]