The Singapore company makes a few adjustments to the capsule speakers after their initial release.
Pandora is poised to take off, but it's not there yet, and terrestrial radio is so commercial-hogged it's completely un-listenable. This could be satellite radio's moment, if it can get its act together.
Generation two of the X-mini Max will retail for $59 and will come in two additional colors black and red.
Howard Stern discussed why his show isn't available on the Sirius XM iPhone app. It seems that his $100 million-per-year salary isn't enough for inclusion in an iPhone app.
Singapore-based XM-I has given its best-selling capsule speaker a music player and an SD card slot, and is calling it the X-mini Happy.
Although some feel that the satellite radio service doesn't provide enough value for the subscription prices, rising sales indicate that real fans will dole out the cash.
The guys behind the red-dot-winning X-mini capsule speakers are taking a design leap of faith with the X-mini Max II. The next-gen stereo speakers have taken on a "Star Wars" drone look with cone heads.
Satellite radio company gears up to launch an iPhone application in the second quarter, as it seeks to expand its service amid a bleak economy.
Singapore-based XM-I is continuing its momentum with the X-mini II.
Xm-i's new portable speakers may look like a Tunnock's Tea Cake, but they sound pretty decent for such a compact system