Internet radio stations are easy to access via iTunes, but no so on iOS devices. These apps might be just what you're looking for.
After a hugely successful Kickstarter launch late last year, the Hidden Radio Bluetooth speaker has started shipping to supporters; the company is also accepting new orders.
The Ultimate Ears 350vi's $60 price tag (and even lower street price) makes it an attractive buy, especially given its three-button remote and headset functionality. However, the 350vi's domineering bass makes it difficult to recommend it for many listeners.
The iTunes Guy answers questions about importing and converting audio.
The iP76 is a colorful speaker from iHome that's as fun to look at as it is to listen to.
Griffin Technology's Crayola MyPhones and Etymotic's Ety-Kids 3 Headset + Earphones are specifically designed to let your child enjoy music, movies, games, and educational software while maintaining their hearing health (and your own peace and quiet).
The navigation and entertainment system interfaces most cars provide lack elegance or any indication that the people building them have actually spent time using them in an running vehicle.
Newcomers to the speaker world, Vanatoo have released a solid set of bookshelf-style powered speakers that will accommodate just about any variety of input.
BeQuiet ensures that your Mac's external speakers stay muted, which is especially helpful when working in a quiet environment.
Audioengine's A5+ is a punchy, enjoyable pair of self-powered, bookshelf-size speakers that, at $399, won't break the bank.