The basic AM radio was the first car infotainment device, giving drivers entertainment and important news alerts. At Delphi's new Silicon Valley lab, the auto parts supplier displays 80 years' worth of car radio development.
The Oakland, Calif., cell-phone towers were found to be interfering with officers' ability to communicate with each other and with their dispatcher.
Any audiophile would appreciate a portable Bluetooth speaker this holiday, but electrician-turned-artist Devin Ward has a more sustainable solution: he guts vintage clock radios and recycles them into desktop speakers for your laptop, smartphone, and tablet computer.
A pink $30 girl's wireless toy can jam expensive digital radios used by the FBI, Secret Service, and other federal agencies, CNET has learned.
Take a closer look at the Internet radios from Pure Digital: Evoke Flow, Oasis Flow, and Siesta Flow.
U.K.-based Pure has announced that it's releasing its family of Internet-connected radios to the U.S. market.
Charlie November Echo Tango, this is Crave, do it to us, over. We got ourselves a couple of chopped-top CBs from Motorola -- aka the T7 series -- over
Woot.com has the Midland GXT710 22-channel, 26-mile GMRS 2-way radio for $19.99 plus $5 shipping.
Pure announces its Internet radio products for the U.S., along with pricing and a street date of July 1.