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Analogue radio is sentenced to die: Halfords to stop selling analogue-only in two years

Analogue radio is sentenced to die: Halfords to stop selling analogue-only in two years

By 16 December 2013

The age of digital radio is well and truly ready to deal a death blow to analogue, as Halfords announces it will stop selling analogue-only car radios within two years. From 2015 Halfords will offer only digital receivers, ushering in the switchover to... >>

Pure Evoke F4 brings Bluetooth and Wi-Fi to your radio

Pure Evoke F4 brings Bluetooth and Wi-Fi to your radio

By 29 May 2013

Pure has launched the Evoke F4 DAB and internet radio which is capable of streaming wirelessly to other audio devices. Designed to work with Pure's Jongo multiroom system, the Evoke F4 can act as a digital radio hub for your home's audio set-up. The F4... >>

Philips Original Radio Mini gives you that retro Philetta fix, compact package

Philips Original Radio Mini gives you that retro Philetta fix, compact package

By 20 March 2013

A smaller version of the Philips Original Radio has appeared on the Philips UK website. Called the Philips Original Radio Mini, it continues the lovely retro styling of the big brother launched at IFA 2012, in a more compact package. The Philips Original... >>

Sony XDR-S40DBP digital radio brings colour to your listening

Sony XDR-S40DBP digital radio brings colour to your listening

By 11 March 2013

Sony has announced the XDR-S40DBP portable digital radio. Hardly an easy to remember name, we know, but that potential £50 price tag should jog your memory. The compact Sony unit is just 180 x 95 x 36mm in size and weighs only 445g, making it an extremely... >>

Pure pairs up with designer Orla Kiely over new Evoke Mio design

Pure pairs up with designer Orla Kiely over new Evoke Mio design

By 27 February 2013

Pure has launched another special-edition version of its Evoke Mio radio designed by Orla Kiely. It isn't the first time Pure has worked with the designer, releasing another version of the Mio back in 2010 with a floral print. This Mio features a buttercup... >>

Geneva WorldRadio offers retro looks with smartphone-friendly tech

Geneva WorldRadio offers retro looks with smartphone-friendly tech

By 14 February 2013

Swiss brand Geneva has released a digital and FM radio that looks timeless yet is crammed with the latest connectivity and tech to ensure you never need miss a show or tune again. The Geneva WorldRadio is DAB/DAB+ enabled, is capable of receiving FM signals,... >>

Children in Need: £50 from every special edition Tivoli Audio Model 10+ DAB radio goes to charity

Children in Need: £50 from every special edition Tivoli Audio Model 10+ DAB radio goes to charity

By 16 November 2012

The BBC's annual Children in Need fundraising telethon airs tonight, so Pocket-lint would like to remind you that Tivoli Audio is doing its part by manufacturing its special edition Model 10+ DAB radio, available until the end of December 2012 - and £50... >>

Xbox 360 now also a radio, adds BBC radio stations via iPlayer app

Xbox 360 now also a radio, adds BBC radio stations via iPlayer app

By 31 August 2012

The BBC has added its wide range of radio stations to its iPlayer app on the Xbox 360, allowing 360 owners to turn their console into a radio. Users will now be able to listen to BBC Radio 1, BBC 1xtra, BBC Radio 2, BBC Radio 3, BBC Radio 4, BBC Radio... >>

Philips goes retro with 1950s inspired radios

Philips goes retro with 1950s inspired radios

By 30 August 2012

Philips has gone back to its roots by unveiling a range of retro-looking radios at its IFA event in Berlin. The company has been making radios since the 1920s and though Philips hasn’t gone that far back with its new array, the Philips Original Radio... >>

Tivoli to give all profits from Audio Model 10+ limited edition radio to Children in Need

Tivoli to give all profits from Audio Model 10+ limited edition radio to Children in Need

By 24 August 2012

Tivoli has begun taking pre-orders for its Audio Model 10+ radio Children in Need special edition, with 25 per cent of the profits going to the charity.  Tivoli itself will not make any profit on the limited-edition radio, which will retail for £199.99... >>