How to Experience Your Favorite Music Festivals Without Actually Going

The warm weather means music festival season, where all of your favorite bands play for throngs of revelers who love them as much as you do. The only downside, of course, are the ticket prices, crowds, and general hassle of going. Here’s how to bring that experience home to the comfort of your couch. »5/04/15 8:00pm5/04/15 8:00pm

YouTube In Your Browser Is Becoming More Like YouTube On Your Phone

Once upon a time, in the early days of smartphones (y'know, a few years ago), a company would do everything possible to make its app look as similar to its website as possible. Now everything is topsy-turvy. Today YouTube revealed that some of the website's new look is going to be borrowed from its mobile app. Brave… »2/20/14 7:00pm2/20/14 7:00pm

No Third-Party App Support for You: How Apple iOS 7 Hoards Playlists

iOS users are delighted by the new iOS 7 rollout, available not only on the new iPhones, but on previous models as well. And unlike Android users, most of whom fail to upgrade to the latest operating system, iOS users tend to upgrade en masse, which means many, many people already have iOS 7 or will have it shortly. »9/26/13 3:40pm9/26/13 3:40pm

Listen to All 45 Now That's What I Call Music Albums in One Glorious Playlist

Believe it or not, we're on the 45th album of the Now That's What I Call Music canon. Allow us to inject some nostalgia into your day—here's a Spotify playlist of every song in the Now library in order. That's 856 tracks, starting with Janet Jackson, ending with Florida Georgia Line, with a smattering of boy bands,… »4/04/13 3:16pm4/04/13 3:16pm