Sirius XM just released their Android application and you can download it at siriusxm.com/android. You won't be able to listen to Howard Stern through this app because of a licensing rights issue, but you can listen to other Sirius stations while playing games and surfing the web. Ooh, multitasking.
Sirius XM's SkyDock isn't the most elegant accessory I've ever seen—it's basically a standalone satellite radio receiver with an iPod connector—but it's the only way to listen to space radio on your iPhone or iPod Touch, for now.
People are always eager to point out cool technologies that America ignores, but what about the ones that we—and only we—use? Enough with the grousing: Here's what we've got that they don't.
The StarPlayr Sirius satellite radio iPhone app we detailed back in January, the one whose release was imminent at the time, has been canceled.
The Sirius-XM Merger was finally approved by the FCC today following a 3-2 vote by the commission. The final and deciding vote only came after both parties agreed to pay a $19.7 million fine for violating FCC regulations. After 16 months of MTV-esque "drama" and gnashing of teeth, the $3.6 billion merger means that…