It might look like a drunken rainbow, but you're actually looking at a view of Sirius, the brightest star in the night sky, as its light gets refracted by our atmosphere.
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.
The Sirius XM iPhone app requires a $3/month subscription, but it's missing a few notable channels. From the company: "Some select programming, including MLB® Play-by-Play, NFL Play-by-Play, SIRIUS NASCAR® Radio, and Howard Stern, will not be available on the iPhone and iPod touch. Listeners will continue to be able…
Starting tomorrow, subscribers to Sirius XM radio will be able to download the application on their iPhones for free.
The StarPlayr Sirius satellite radio iPhone app we detailed back in January, the one whose release was imminent at the time, has been canceled.
Sources close to Orbitcast have revealed that Sirus is finally submitting their uSirius StarPlayr to the App Store this weekend. Once accepted, subscribers will be able to enjoy Sirius XM on their iPhone.
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…
And here she is. After FCC commissioner Johnathan Adelstein withdrew his support today, the vote is now deadlocked and awaiting the yea or nay from Deborah Taylor Tate, a Republican who is expected to approve the merger so all of this can finally be over and done with (something tells me a large batch of high-end…