January 30, 2009 at 05:00 AM EST

If you’re the type of driver who finds Sirius XM’s options too limited and just laughs at the idea of tuning in to a regular old terrestrial radio signal, then you might be interested in this: Internet radio site miRoamer.com and tech manufacturer Blaupunkt are joining forces for what they claim is “the world’s first Internet car radio.” Get this thing installed in your dashboard and you can listen to tens of thousands of webcast stations while you’re on the road. I’m not sure if the royalty negotiations that were plaguing online radio a couple years ago might affect this, but it sounds pretty cool, right?

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