For those of us with iPhones, there are currently various apps that allow us to receive internet radio on our devices, but ... what if you're one of those people who usually only listens to the radio while you're driving? If your car has an auxiliary-in jack, of course, you can just run your phone into that. For the many cars that lack such a feature, however, now there's Livio Radio's Bluetooth Internet Radio Car Kit. Acting as a bridge between your iPhone and your automobile, it wirelessly receives an internet radio signal from your phone, then relays it onto the FM receiver of your car stereo.
The heart of the kit is its transmitter/controller, which is mounted on a flexible gooseneck attachment, that plugs into your car's 12-volt adapter. With the touch of a button, the unit locates available frequencies on your stereo's FM receiver, one of which you then tune in on that receiver.
Source: gizmag.comAdded: 11 October 2011