This week at iLounge: The annual E3 expo isn't just for games — we stopped by the show floor and checked out a number iPod accessories. Black is back in our First Look at Klipsch's iGroove HG, which finds the curvy silver competitor to Bose's SoundDock recast in glossy jet black with iPod nano compatibility. There are also a few innovations on the table this week. Kensington has unveiled the world's smallest iPod FM transmitter, Pico, and Scosche has released Bluelife, a car kit that wirelessly integrates your iPod and your cell phone into any car with an aftermarket, RCA input-equipped stereo. We also checked out a new iPod boombox from MTX Audio called iThunder, and a hybrid FM transmitter and remote from ABT called iJet.
In iNews this week, Apple won the trademark lawsuit brought on by the Beatles' Apple Corps, and celebrated the win by saying that they will do everything they can to get the Beatles' catalog on iTunes. Hit shows from Fox and FX, as well as the 2006 NBA Playoffs can now be downloaded from the iTunes Music Store. Plus, Apple debuted a new psychedelic iPod commercial, changed their "Made for iPod" licensing fee, and an angry mob of Red Chili Peppers fans stormed Apple's headquarters. Oh, and Real Networks CEO Rob Glaser says that iPod users steal music.