Tag Archive: Rock


No, you won’t lose all your DRM-free iTunes music. At least, not without deleting your actual files and not having a backup. Apple isn’t adding DRM to your iTunes files, either. The reality here is that Apple will not automatically… Read more ›

Francesco Orru has a guitar that would make H.R. Giger proud and put Sigourney Weaver on edge. The designer used a Delta Wasp 3-D printer to create a guitar with a body shaped like the killer creature from the 1979… Read more ›

You’re in the green room, waiting for your curtain call. You can hear the throngs of rabid fans in the audience, just waiting for you and your group of rock and roll rebels to take the stage. You and your… Read more ›

Beats Music redesign will be ready to rock WWDC

The next episodes of Beats Music won’t be making an appearance at Apple’s ‘Spring Forward’ event next week. Sources ‘with a knowledge of the company’s current plans’ have told TechCrunch that Apple will debut the new service — which ditches… Read more ›

As part of its Apps for (RED) AIDS initiative, Fall Out Boy singer-songwriter Patrick Stump will make a special musical appearance at Apple’s SoHo brick-and-mortar retail store in New York City later today. Kicking off at 8pm Eastern, the December… Read more ›

U2 might rock Apple event after all

Despite attempts to squash rumors that it’s heavily involved in Apple’s launch of the iPhone 6 and iWatch, a report from the New York Times is now debunking U2′s publicist’s debunking of rumors that Bono and the Edge will take the… Read more ›

If you use your iPad or iPhone (or both!) onstage when you perform, you know how hard it can be to find a good place to put them. Putting your iPad on a flimsy music stand just won’t cut it,… Read more ›

Rock paper scissors meets Portal in Smarter Than You

Luca Redwood, the creator of the super-addictive sliding tile game 10,000,000, has been working on a sequel to that game called You Must Build A Boat for the last year, but that’s not the only app he has up his… Read more ›

When it comes to Hollywood badassery I’m most excited about here in 2014, few flicks match up to Hercules — starring none other than Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. Directed by Brett Ratner, and co-starring John Hurt, Ian McShane, Rufus Sewell… Read more ›