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Router Hack – How to Make an Internet Radio with a WiFi Router!

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I have always been fond of internet radio as I listen to it 24/7.  The best part about internet radio is that you can listen to new music everyday, you don’t have to be listening to the same MP3s all over again.

For those of you with some circuit modding/hacking skills, you might want to try making your own internet radio with your old WiFi routers.  Most routers can nowadays be hacked with an open-source linux like OpenWRT, DD-WRT, and more.  Free source code is provided here so I don’t see

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WiFi Digital Photo Frames w/ Internet Radio Review!

(HP DreamScreen)

(Intouch IT7150)

It’s the holidays season coming up soon, specifically Thanksgivings where most of you will get 5 or more days off work and visit your parents/family.  Well, for that, there’s a p

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Sonoro Black Elements W Internet FM Radio + iPod/iPhone Dock!

You might have noticed this cool Sonoro Alarm Clock/Internet FM radio unit at your latest W Hotel stay.  Well, these are really cool, stylish devices that lets you listen to your favorite internet radio while being able to function as a traditional FM alarm clock/radio too.

The internal WiFi antenna embedded within the Black Elements W Internet FM Radio connects to internet via your home/office WiFi to bring you the best of internet radio without turning on your computer or messing with

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WiFi DIY – How to Make a WiFi Radio!

Trust me, I am an avid WinAmp addict who listens to internet radio constantly.  Here’s a great DIY on how to make your own WiFi radio! The most awesome project I have seen this year so far.

The back panel is made of fiberboard from Home Depot. The Wi-Fi antenna is shown on the left. The LAN ports and buttons of the router are accessible through cutouts in the back panel. A 6-pin mini-DIN power jack that matches the power supply I’m using and the power switch a

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