Pioneer Inno XMP3: Portable Satellite Radio that Totally Doesn't Suck

CNET got their hands on Pioneer's new Inno XMP3 portable satellite radio receiver/mp3 player, and found it to be at the top of the heap in its category. Reception isn't stellar, but is significantly better than previous portable receivers, and sound quality and the player's GUI are both excellent. Internal memory is… » 11/08/08 1:00pm 11/08/08 1:00pm

Sirius XM Dual Receiver Still 15 Years Away

Now that Sirius and XM are merged, it makes sense that we'll get a dual tuner that picks up both flavors of satellite radio, right? WRONG. CEO Mel Karmazin, aka the dude who paid Howard Stern a retarded amount of money, said today that the merger didn't magically fuse together satellite capabilities. Says Automotive… » 10/20/08 8:00pm 10/20/08 8:00pm

XM's XMp3 Player: Latest DOA Attempt At a Satellite iPod

Having seen—and tested—the earlier evolutions of satellite radio receiver, from dashboard model to in-home unit to hip-connected recorder/player, I've felt like I'm judging contestants in the Special Olympics: The radio service is fine, but the gadgets aren't really expected to measure up to other contenders in the… » 9/15/08 9:00pm 9/15/08 9:00pm

PopSci Gets Grubby Paws All Over Upcoming XMp3 Satellite Radio Player

All we have is a blurb in Popular Science magazine this afternoon, but it would appear there's a first look of sorts going down today with the XMp3. The portable device is an XM Radio player that can record up to five satellite stations at once. "Other portable players save only one channel," PopSci notes, "but the… » 9/14/08 3:00pm 9/14/08 3:00pm