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Livio unveils NPR Radio for internet radio fans

Livio unveils NPR Radio for internet radio fans

Internet radio is a popular way for many people to listen to the music they like. Internet radio stations are particularly welcome if you live in an area like me where your preferred music genre is not offered. Livio has announced a new internet radio called the NPR Radio. As the name suggests the device offers easy access to NPR content.

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chumby one coming November: cheaper, more serious

chumby one coming November: cheaper, more serious

The original chumby - a hacky sack with a WiFi-enabled touchscreen widget engine stuffed inside - perhaps confused more people than it converted, but the company isn't giving up.  Details on the chumby one have emerged, keeping the 3-inch 320 x 240 display but boosting the processor to a 454MHz chip and packing all that into a hard-shelled plastic casing.  There's also a built-in FM radio along with stereo speakers.

chumby's widget catalog now amounts to over 1,500 apps, including social networking integration, news and weather apps, Pandora and other streaming radio receivers and more.

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Revo IKON DAB, internet radio & iPod dock with 3.5-inch touchscreen & WiFi

Revo IKON DAB, internet radio & iPod dock with 3.5-inch touchscreen & WiFi

We're sure some of you couldn't sleep all weekend what with the promise of Revo's teaser campaign reaching its climax this morning, and sure enough the UK company has another radio for your delectation.  To be fair, the Revo IKON isn't any old radio: in fact, it's the world's first color touchscreen, multi-format digital radio, complete with a 3.5-inch display, iPod/iPhone dock and Last.fm integration.

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Chumby Looks to Be Getting Chummy With Broader Software Development

Chumby Looks to Be Getting Chummy With Broader Software Development

So, the Chumby came out awhile ago. It's this little box-like device that pulls information off the internet, like weather, news, and sports updates, and then displays them in Flash format in real-time. It was a pretty original idea, and while it may not have been the sharpest looking thing on the block, its functionality was close to making it worth it. Especially if you don't like alarm clocks, and can't afford the alternative. But, apparently the hardware wasn't the top of the pick for many, and so Chumby is moving over onto the software front, hoping to make a name for itself.

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