Bells, whistles, and brushed aluminum on your home stereo are great—if you're into that sort of thing. But if you want something a bit more Mad Men and less Mad Max, check out the Victoria Nostalgic Internet Radio.
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.
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.