Want mobile Pandora but don't want to shell out for a Sprint contract? Then you'll likely be interested in the music company's Zing prototype, a customised SanDisk device running the track prediction software. TechCrunch's Michael Arrington got to play with one, finding it "longer and thinner" than the SanDisk Sansa Connect and otherwise very mysterious.
If you read SlashGear's review of the Terratec NOXON iRadio, you'll remember that one of the key criticisms of the WiFi radio was its dependence on a mains power supply. Unless you've got a long extension lead, it was pretty unsuitable for, say, taking out into the garden and enjoying music on the fringes of your wireless network. Scottish company Revo believe they've solved that problem; their Pico WiFi Radio has a built-in rechargeable battery pack.
A large portion of people enjoy their tunes while they are in the shower. Some actually invest in fancy radios; others just stick a regular cd player on the back of the toilet. Well Kohler has developed set of speakers that definitely look a lot more chic than most of the other options on the market now.
Solar-powered gadgets are the best. It's just such a hassle to mess with recharging batteries all of the time, so it's nice to see products like these headphone that charge themselves while you're jogging outdoors or mowing you lawn.
The headphones have a built-in AM/FM tuner for your listening pleasure. Sadly, that's the only way to pump music through these headphones. But they have a thin solar panel across the top that can gather enough energy in 4 hours of sunlight to let it run for a full 19 hours.
Despite my Guitar Hero abilities, I can't play a real guitar to save my life. I've tried, I really have, my dad and brother both play. I guess I got the short end of the stick on real musical abilities. Thats why I stick to my plastic guitar. However, if you want to make real music from a guitar, this might be an easy way.