Who cares about FM radio right? But what if the FM radio came in a wooden box that's really, really tiny? The Motz is all that and an MP3 speaker as well.
Somewhere on the family tree of the Edifier M3-Plus you are going to find a tennis ball and a cardboard tube. Surprisingly, this design hodgepodge has yielded some interesting portable speakers.
I remember my best friend had a portable black and white TV in his room back in the day—kind of similar to the Magnavox BD 3902 pictured in OObject's list.
With LaCie, you always expect the product to look good—and the Rikiki portable HDD is no exception. They also claim that it is the smallest 2.5-inch drive on the market.
The Rad Blaster does what a lot of MP3 players do—like play music, record sounds and store files. But this one does it shaped like a boombox. Like a BOOMBOX people.
The latest patent from Apple reveals ways in which their products could be fitted with a simple label or tag that provides evidence of tampering. If the strip is compromised, it gives Apple leverage to void your warranty.
I'm not sure what kind of sound these MP3 player speaker cans put out, but I'm sure they are just as edible as some other stuff people have put in cans.
Vuzix is continuing to try and fine tune their video glasses into something we would actually be interested in buying. This time around, the emphasis seems to be on creating a more natural look.
Audiophiles everywhere have been raving about Dr. Dre and Monster's Studio Beats headphones—but not so much about the the $300 price tag. Beats Solo headphones provide a similar listening experience in a smaller package priced at $220.
Hot on the heels of KIRO 7's investigation into fiery iPods, The Times reports that the father of a girl who's iPod exploded was offered a full refund, but only if they signed a confidentiality agreement. He refused.
Sadly, the Gorillamobile isn't a suped up car for a superhero primate—but it is a very cool tripod for your mobile devices.
By now have probably heard a story or two about flaming iPods. After a lengthy investigation, a Seattle TV station managed to score documents from the Consumer Product Safety Commission that shed light on how common this problem really is.
RealView Innovations' mysterious V-Screen certainly looks interesting, but does it really deliver a portable 3D experience?
If you are looking for an alternative to Apple in-ear headphones, Klipsch is happy to oblige with their new S4i model. Like Apple's version, it includes an integrated microphone and three button remote.
We've been talking about retro Walkman players quite a bit during our Gizmodo '79 coverage, so it is only fitting that Sony Europe unveils two new devices aimed at the entry level market. The Walkman E-Series and B-Series.
The wonderful Improv Everywhere just posted the report from its 6th MP3 Experiment, where 2,000 people all got together and listened to the same instructional MP3. It looked like a crazy amount of fun.