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Radio Products For PDAs - iPods - Cell Phones

Technology continues to allow Radio more opportunities to be used in different ways and on different devices. This section contains news and informational articles on radio products designed for PDAs (Personal Digital Assistants), iPods, cell phones, and more.

The Social Radio and Other Twitter Tweets
You may know many radio stations and shows post to Twitter but, did you know you can listen to your Tweets mixed in with music from The Social Radio app? There's a lot going on between radio and Twitter. Read more.

Relaunched: AOL Radio Now with the Power of Slacker Radio
AOL Radio has just relaunch itself with a powerful ally as part of it's backbone: Slacker Radio. The combination of both services under the AOL Radio name will offer listeners less commercials, a bigger song library, special content, and more customization. Read More.

iHeartRadio Music Festival: What Happens in Vegas Streams Worldwide
Clear Channel Radio has announced what is says will be the largest concert event in radio history "...featuring an unparalleled line-up of the biggest names in music." Read more.

TuneIn Radio App for Android Acts Like DVR for Radio Streams
TuneIn Radio has released a new version of its Android mobile app that enables users to pause, rewind and record live radio streams, a feature previously only available to iPhone/iPad owners. TuneIn has also released a free version for the iPhone/iPad. Now Android and iPhone users can choose a free or a Pro edition with pause and recording. Read...

Australia's Radio Bondi FM and Zfm Country Introduce iPhone App
Australian Broadcasting Media (ABM) has released 2 new iPhone Radio apps which need no credit card and no app store. Radio Bondi FM (Top 40 Dance) and Zfm Country (Australia's largest country music network) can now be heard in CD-quality by simply typing the stations' URL into your smart phone. Read more.

Pandora Radio is Personal on the nook color eReader
I've listened on-and-off to Pandora for years on my computer and was never really overly-impressed. But, now having listened to Pandora using ear buds through the Wi-Fi connection built into my nook color and commercial-free for several weeks, I have a new appreciation for the service. Read more.

Listening to Internet Radio in Vehicles Getting Easier
Still pining for Internet Radio in your vehicle? If you have an iPhone there are several easy ways to receive streams including new integrated multimedia technology like Toyota's Entune and modification kits that let your current radio work with your smartphone to stream and hear. Read the latest.

'TuneIn' App Turns iPad into DVR for Online Radio
RadioTime is now offering its TuneIn Radio app in an iPad version. The company says it features an interface that fills the iPad's screen display and allows users to listen to live streams and podcasts in the background while browsing the Web.

Radio Software Apps for Android Phones
Software Apps - applications - now make it easy to receive Internet streams, traditional AM and FM radio, and even SIRIUS XM satellite programming on your Android phone. Here are a few of the more popular solutions.

Radio Software Apps for ipod Touch
Software Apps - applications - now make it easy to receive Internet streams, traditional AM and FM radio, and even SIRIUS XM satellite programming on your iPod Touch. Here are a few of the more popular solutions.

Radio Software Apps for the BlackBerry
Software Apps - applications - now make it easy to receive Internet streams, traditional AM and FM radio, and even SIRIUS XM satellite programming on your BlackBerry. Here are a few of the more popular solutions.

Radio Software Apps for the iPhone
Software Apps - applications - now make it easy to receive Internet streams, traditional AM and FM radio, and even SIRIUIS XM satellite programming on your iPhone. Here are a few of the more popular solutions.

Radio Software Apps for iPhone, ipod Touch, Blackberry, Andro…
Software Apps - applications - now make it easy to receive Internet streams, traditional AM and FM radio, and even SIRIUIS XM satellite programming on your cell phone and iPad. Here are a few of the more popular solutions.

iheartradio Version 2.2 Mobile Radio App for iPhone and iPod Touch Released
Version 2.2 of the iheartradio mobile radio application for the iPhone and iPod Touch has been released with new features including access to more than 300 radio stations. Read more.

Which radio application is working best with your phone?
Applications now make it fairly easy to receive Internet streams, traditional radio, and even satellite programming on your cell phone. Which application have you found the most success with?

Getting the Radio You Want on Your Phone
Applications now make it fairly easy to receive Internet streams, traditional radio, and even satellite programming on your cell phone. Here are a few of the more popular solutions.

14 ABC Radio Stations Join mSpot's Streaming Mobile Phone Content
Music programming from 14 ABC Radio Network affiliates can now be heard on mSpot Radio including radio stations in New York, Washington, Atlanta, Dallas, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, Chicago, and Detroit. mSpot radio provides streaming content to mobile phones. Read more.

Taming the Elusive Internet Car Radio Technology
The promise of Internet Radio in your car or truck has been slightly elusive. But, thanks to some ingenious and inventive fans, it is possible to get your favorite Internet radio station in your vehicle - if you're willing to be a little unconventional. Read more.

Cingular's New BlackJack™ Features XM Satellite Radio Music Channel
Cingular Wireless, Samsung and Microsoft have unveiled the BlackJack™, a smart device which delivers entertainment features, business applications, and includes XM Satellite Radio content. Read more.

iBIZ CF Compact Flash FM Radio Card For PDA - Pocket Digital
A review, without opinion, on the price and product specs.

Belkin Tunecast Fm Transmitter Brings Radio To iPod
A review, without opinion, on the price and product specs.

Clear Channel Radio to Stream Content From Local Radio Stations to Cell Phones
Clear Channel Radio is launching a program to put content from its local radio stations onto Cingular Wireless cell phones. Subscribers will be able to interact directly from their phones to listen to streamed and on-demand content including podcasts of celebrity interviews and popular segments. Read more about this.

mSpot Subscribers Will Receive CBS Radio Sports Programming on Cell Phones
CBS Radio and mSpot have partnered to make three of CBS Radio’s sports stations available to subscribers of mSpot’s All-Sports mobile radio service, mSpot Sports, which is currently available on select Sprint mobile phones.

Alltell Puts Over 40 Channels of Commercial-Free Music on Phones
Alltell, with over 10 million wireless customers, has announced Axcess Radio - over 40 channels of commercial-free music available on a monthly subscription. More Details...

"Vodafone Radio DJ" Offers Personalized Radio Channels to 3G Mobile Phones & PCs
Vodafone and Sony NetServices have announced what it says is "the world's first fully convergent music service -- Vodafone Radio DJ". Vodafone Radio DJ allows the user to create interactive, personalised radio channels that are streamed to both 3G mobile phones and personal computers. Read more.

MSpot Introduces All-Sports Mobile Radio Service
MSpot, a mobile entertainment provider, has officially introduced the first streaming mobile radio service created just for sports fans, MSpot Sports including up-to-the-minute news and scores, on-demand highlights, celebrity talk shows, fantasy sports and live, local sports coverage. Read more.

Apple® Unveils iPod® Radio Remote; Adds FM to iPods and More
Apple® has announced the iPod® Radio Remote which combines a wired remote control with new FM radio capabilities for the iPod nano and fifth generation iPod. Read more.

Motorola's iRadio For Mobile Phones Debuts With 435 Channels
Motorola has launched iRadio with 435 commercial-free radio channels. The company says the new subscription music service "seamlessly moves from home, to car stereo, to wireless headphones -- powered from the one device you’re never without: your mobile handset." Read More.

iRadio Picks Up "Best Radio Service" Award at DEMXPO
iRadio from Motorola - a mobile phone radio service - was named "Best Radio Service" at the 2005 Digital Entertainment and Media Excellence Awards, held Thursday evening in Los Angeles. Read more.

Sprint Now Offers Music From Rhapsody's Internet Radio Streams
Sprint and RealNetworks have announced the launch of Rhapsody® Radio™ on the Sprint PCS Vision Multimedia Service making available streaming radio stations from the Rhapsody online music service. Read More.

Sprint Customers Can Now SIRIUS Satellite Radio on Their Phones
Sprint customers are the first wireless customers with the ability to receive SIRIUS Satellite Radio programming via their mobile phones. Read more details...

iFM Turns iPod into FM Radio, Recorder and Remote Control
Griffin Technology's new iFM integrates FM radio tuning, recording and remote control functionality to the iPod, all in a tiny aluminum enclosure. Full Details.

Listener-Supported, Commercial-Free Radio on Your Cell Phone
SomaFM is listener-supported, commercial-free, underground/alternative radio broadcasting from San Francisco. You can listen through the Internet or hear it on newer generation multimedia cellphones. Read more.

SIRIUS Satellite Radio and Sprint Team Up to Offer Selected Music Channels
SIRIUS Satellite Radio and Sprint are teaming up to offer select SIRIUS Satellite Radio programming. Read more.

InFusion Provides Portable Internet Radio That Fits In Your Pocket
Two Australian companies have combined technology to create the world’s first portable compact Internet radio device - which allows a user to tune into any streaming radio station, anywhere in the world while in a wireless hot spot. Read more.

Radio May Take Backseat to Ringtones For Debut of New Music
Cingular Wireless today announced "Cingular Sounds", a new marketing concept and music program that launches new singles as ringtones on wireless phones either before they are heard anywhere else, or simultaneous with their debut on radio. The band, Coldplay, will kick it off. Full Story.

Mspot Puts 8 Channels of Commercial-Free Music on Sprint PCS Vision Phones
MSpot, a mobile entertainment company, today announced the launch of its initial service, MSpot Radio, a live and on-demand streaming radio service delivered directly to mobile phones. The service is now providing 8 Channels of commercial-free music, news, sports, weather and market information. Read more.

Company Says It Can Put Satellite Radio on PDA, iPod, mp3 Player and Cell Phone
Calypso Wireless, Inc. says it's developed a technology that will allow users of mobile devices such as cellular phones, PDAs, satellite radios and portable music players, to listen to satellite broadcasts on those devices from either Satellite transmitters or wireless LAN access points, such as WiFi. Read more.

Motorola's iRadio Will Put Internet Radio Streams Into Your Cell Phone
Motorola's iRadio will mobilize hundreds of commercial-free Internet radio channels and incorporate a user's personal music collection to provide a listening experience for home, in the car, or on the go. Read more.

NFL and Audible.com Team Up To Offer Superbowl Radio Calls for MP3 Players
The National Football League and Audible.com have announced an arrangement to bring the entire audio broadcasts of the NFL's Super Bowl plus NFC and AFC Championship games for download on Audible.com the morning after the game.

"AirPlay" For iPod Makes it Easy to Play Through FM Radios
XtremeMac's new "AirPlay" is the first iPod-powered FM transmitter that works across the full FM frequency band without the need to install software. Read more.

iPod Mobile Interface Kit Lets Users Listen Through Car Radio
In response to the overwhelming popularity of the iPod(R), Audiovox Corporation has announced a compatibility program that allows the device to play through a car stereo system. Full story.

Projection: 50% of Mobile Phones Will Have FM Radio
Today, 15 percent of mobile phones sold worldwide have FM radio, and the market is set to continue to grow toward 50 percent. Because of this growing market, Royal Philips Electronics has announced the world’s smallest FM radio solution for mobile devices. Full Story

Nokia 7700 Media Phone Will Offer "Visual Radio"
Nokia is getting ready to introduce the Nokia 7700, a media-heavy product that will also feature what Nokia calls "Visual Radio". Read more.

Your Cell Phone The Future of Radio?
Is Your Cell Phone The Future of Radio? The convergence of wireless technology, content and size make the cell phone the perfect host for the future of Radio. Read why.

The Cell Phone-Satellite Radio Connection
Pretty soon you'll be able to receive streaming audio and video on your cell phones. And although that sounds entertaining, it won't be near as interesting as when you're able to receive satellite radio.

iBIZ Technology Ships Industry's First FM Radio for the PDA Market
If your PDA does everything but play your favorite FM Radio station, good news: The first FM Radio for PDAs is now available for a variety of PDAs. Is yours on the list? Read more.

Portability Has Been Redefined For Radio
Portability has finally come to new Radio technologies and the new technology is making new kinds of Radio easier to take with you than every before. Satellite radio is no longer just for the car, your PDA can now receive FM broadcasts and there's even a new product to make your favorite webcast portable so you can walk away from your computer and still listen.

FM Radio On Your Handheld PDA
iBIZ Technology Corporation has introduced the first FM Radio SD card for PDA handheld computers. Now, for under $50 dollars you can turn your personal handheld digital assistant into a miniature boom box.

iBIZ CF Compact Flash FM Radio Card For PDA - Pocket Digital Assistant
iBIZ offers a CF (Compact Flash) FM Radio card for PDS's called the pocketRADIO. This handy little accessory let's you take your favorite FM Radio stations anywhere. Read more.

Belkin Tunecast FM Transmitter Brings Radio To iPod
If you're an iPod owner, your music capabilities just got wider. Now there's the Belkin Tunecast FM Transmitter which let's you listen to FM Radio on your iPod. Read more.

iTrip Plays iPod Through FM
The new iTrip accessory allows iPod owners to play the music in their iPod through any FM radio. Details.

Sonos Controller for iPad Controls ZonePlayers for Radio Stat…
The new Sonos Controller for iPad let's iPad users with Sonos ZonePlayers control music or radio station selection by room using a new free app. The application allows for landscape and portrait modes, multi-pane view, and is convenient for searching. Read more.

Users Review Software Apps for Streaming Radio to Cell Phones
Which software application for streaming radio or audio content to your cell phone would you recommend to another? Post a quick review of what you like or don't like about the cell phone software you're using to stream radio to your phone. See submissions

Radio Software Apps for iPad
Software Apps - applications - are making it easy to receive Internet streams, traditional AM and FM radio, and other audio content on your iPad. Here are a few of the growing solutions.

Radio Software Apps for iPhone, ipod Touch, BlackBerry, Android, and iPad
Software Apps - applications - now make it easy to receive Internet streams, traditional AM and FM radio, and even SIRIUS XM satellite programming on your cell phone and iPad. Here are a few of the more popular solutions.

iHeartRadio for iPad - a Review
The iHeartRadio app for the iPad is free and easy to use. The software easily turns your iPad into a portable radio receiver, giving the user a choice from over 14 million songs, 400,000 artists, and a selection of streams from hundreds of traditional radio stations from Clear Channel Entertainment & Media. Read the review.

Tunein Radio Gets Social
The Tunein Radio App has just matured into an audio network that allows more customization and a good dose of social networking. Is it the new Facebook for Streaming?

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