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Pure’s Evoke Flow, Oasis Flow and Seista Flow internet radios now on sale in America

Posted in internet radio by Conner Flynn on December 14th, 2010

Pure’s lineup of internet radios were supposed to ship to the US in July. Sadly, the company had some problems, but the good news is that the Evoke Flow, Oasis Flow and Seista Flow will still be arriving in time for the holidays.

The company just announced that these are on sale now in America, with all three shipping right now. They are also offering a 15 percent discount and free shipping for all orders placed before next Monday. Better late than never.

Gear4 HouseParty AirWave iPod/iPhone Dock Streams Internet Radio

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on November 25th, 2010

Gear4′s latest iPhone/iPod dock, the HouseParty AirWave does more than just dock your iDevice. It also offers access to Internet radio stations and users can control the dock over Wi-Fi using an iOS app. You can search for and tune into Internet, DAB and FM radio stations.

It also has the ability to let you control a docked iPod or iPhone, but you’ll need to do it using another iOS device. Other features include two three-inch 20W speakers, a 3.5mm aux input and media streaming support from storage devices.

Revo AXiS Wireless Internet Radio

Posted in internet radio by Conner Flynn on November 2nd, 2010

The Revo AXiS Wireless Internet Radio boasts a 3.5-inch color TFT touch-screen display with an icon-driven touchscreen user interface, allowing quick and easy navigation. It also has an advanced internet radio with Wi-Fi.

This wireless internet radio is also capable of receiving a full range of digital radio standards including DAB, DAB+ and internet radio as well as conventional FM radio with RDS. As a plus, it’s compatible with all iPod and and iPhone models.

Pandora Internet Radio hits 60 million subscribers

Posted in News by Conner Flynn on July 22nd, 2010

Pandora Internet Radio has just announced that their site now has 60 million users registered to listen to their personalized online radio service. Pandora started back in 2000 and offers thousands of songs to users with a collection of 90,000 artists, of which 80% are played each month. That’s a ton of music.

Just type the name of one of your favorite songs or singers into Pandora and the Genome Project will provide the music. But judging by the numbers most of you are already using Pandora, so I don’t have to tell you that.

Pure drops five internet radios in the US

Posted in internet radio by Conner Flynn on January 5th, 2010

Pure is known for unusual and elegant radios. Unfortunately they have not been available in the US. Well, now Pure is correcting that oversight with five WiFi radios. There’s the Sensia, shown above which features a 5.7-inch touchscreen, an oval enclosure and access to the Pure Lounge: a portal that gets you into internet radio stations, Twitter and Facebook. There’s also an auxiliary input jack. All for $349.

The $449 Sirocco 550 is like a mini boombox with the WiFi radio capabilities, a USB socket, iPhone and iPod compatibility, a CD player and an SD expansion slot. There’s also the $139 Siesta Flow alarm clock radio and the $249 Oasis Flow, which is rugged and waterproof.

Livio unveils NPR Radio for internet radio fans

Posted in Home Theater by Shane McGlaun on October 21st, 2009

livionprradio-sgI am not that big a fan of music. I have a really short attention span and music distracts me too much to listen while I work. If you are a music fan and the type that likes to listen at work where reception is sketchy the new NPR Radio by Livio can get you free tunes from the Internet.

The radio has access to over 800 NPR radio stations and is the first Internet radio to have a NPR specific station menu. The radio can also connect to more than 16,000 Internet radio stations. Listeners can also book mark their favorite stations with a favorites button.

Onkyo TX-NR807 AV receiver with internet radio, DLNA streaming

Posted in Receivers by Conner Flynn on August 10th, 2009

Onkyo TX-NR807 AV receiver with internet radio, DLNA streamingOnkyo has unveiled a new home AV receiver that means business. It’s the company’s first that includes Pandora, Rhapsody, and Sirius streaming internet radio support. The Onyko TX-NR807 supports DLNA 1.5 media streaming, for playback of media stored on networked computers and drives, along with six HDMI ports, Faroudja DCDi Cinema 1080p upscaling and both Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio.

You’ll also get Audyssey DSX soundstage extension processing and support for MP3, WMA, FLAC, Lossless, Ogg Vorbis and AAC files, a bi-directional remote control, ethernet port and 7.1 surround sound. There’s more. The TX-NR807 also supports multi-room audio, with powered zone two and three options and a serial port for system integration and more.

Alhambra Internet Radio

Posted in internet radio by Conner Flynn on May 14th, 2009

Alhambra Internet RadioThe Alhambra Wi-Fi Internet Radio merges both old and new styles together in an interesting way. This wireless Internet radio receiver will stream your favorite tunes to just about anywhere in your home, assuming you don’t live in a super huge mansion of course.

It’s got an old style interface that some will love while others will hate, but it will blend into any home design-wise and hey, we’ve seen much worse.

VTech Wireless Music Hub shipping now

Posted in VTech by Shane McGlaun on May 14th, 2009

vtechwirelessmucic-sbWhen I want to hear some music I usually just fire up my iPhone and don my earphones or play the music via my PC. Some people prefer streaming music and other entertainment from the Internet via Internet radio stations.

VTech has announced that its new Internet radio hub is now shipping and available for purchase online. The device is called the IS9181 and is called a feature rich Wi-Fi music streaming device intended to be a complete music hub for the home. The device sells for $199.95.

Pandora Livio Radio features “thumbs up, down” buttons

Posted in internet radio by Conner Flynn on April 15th, 2009

Pandora Livio Radio features "thumbs up, down" buttonsLivio is breaking free of the mold of most internet radios. I mean, it doesn’t get much more innovative than “thumbs up, thumbs down” controls, giving you the power of Siskel and Ebert over music while using Pandora. The Livio Radio is classically styled and comes with a remote included.

Pandora isn’t the only internet radio that this device will handle. It can also tune into a whole bunch of internet radio stations from around the world through Reciva. Just plug it into your AC outlet and have an internet connection, and you’re good to go.

Wolverine Data WorldRadio gets 15k stations

Posted in internet radio by Shane McGlaun on October 23rd, 2008

Wolverine Data WorldRadioIf you live in an area that doesn’t offer a radio station with your preferred type of music you have a few options. You can opt to pay for satellite radio, you can learn to live with music that isn’t your favorite, buy MP3s or you can go with internet radio.

Internet radio is free once you buy the hardware and Wolverine Data has a new product that offers access to 15,000 Internet radio stations around the world. The device is called the WorldRadio and it features built-in Wi-Fi and a LAN port. The device supports UPnP so users can stream music form their PC to the WorldRadio.

Aluratek showcases Internet radio USB drive

Posted in USB Flash Drives by Nino Marchetti on October 8th, 2008

Aluratek Internet Radio Jukebox

Aluratek announced the other day it has a new USB flash drive like device which acts as a portable Internet radio of sorts. It is called the Internet Radio Jukebox and you’ll find it pricing around $40.

The Aluratek Internet Radio Jukebox is designed to let you have a plug-n-play experience in which you have a user interface providing access to over 13,000 Internet radio stations. This Internet Explorer interface pops up after you plug the Jukebox into a USB port, letting you search for audio programming via the top ten channels by region, by genre, by specific artists, or by songs, as well as a host of other custom search criteria.

Aluratek alarm clock wakes you to Internet Radio

Posted in Clocks by Shane McGlaun on June 18th, 2008

Aluratek Internet Radio ClockIf you happen to live in an area that doesn’t have a radio station that caters to your musical taste, your only real options are MP3s, CDs or Internet radio. CDs are too old school for the geeky among us, MP3s are cool but can get expensive if you’re not into messing with RIAA so Internet radio looks like a good option.

The catch is that your boring clock radio probably only wakes you up to an annoying beep or FM radio. While a country song might get you out of bed quickly, wouldn’t it be nicer to wake to your favorite music genre? Aluratek has a new clock radio that can wake you to FM, MP3, a beep or Internet radio stations.

Onda VX777 PMP does it all

Posted in Portable Meda Players by Conner Flynn on May 11th, 2008

Onda VX777 PMP does it all
Onda announced their latest portable media player with some cool features, the VX777. This one comes with WiFi and internet radio and looks like it may even incorporate a touch-screen. It boasts a 4.2” color TFT with a resolution of 480 X 272. Is this the first MP3 player from China that does WiFi?

It sports a 3000mAh battery, good for 30 hrs of audio and 10 hrs of video playback. Plus it has support for almost all the major formats except OGG, has a built-in speaker, a TV-out connection. Some other features:

Thompson Symbio DECT VoIP phone

Posted in VoIP by Conner Flynn on March 14th, 2008

Thompson Symbio DECT VoIP phone
The Symbio phone is from Thompson and it has an interesting even stunning look, though looks are not all it has. It works as a VoIP phone but it’s cordless too (DECT), and even has internet radio built in as well as being able to download RSS feeds.

It even comes with integrated rechargeable batteries, which allows you to carry it around for about 6 hours as you listen to internet radio stations and or make calls. Nothing yet as far as pricing and availability, but it’s sure to be a hit with some nice features and daring design.


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