Not only will this device allow you to rock out in a variety of places, it can also act as a flashlight, power supply, and speaker phone.
Now you can enjoy high quality, high volume sound from your favorite mobile device without a tangle of wires to trip you up.
These upcycled speakers will blow the socks off your audience in more ways than one.
The answer to the iPad’s tiny, rear-facing speaker inspired by the simple geometry of an old gramophone.
This iPhone speaker is made from 100 percent environmentally-friendly materials and can be carried in your back pocket.
Pulpop is a new speaker for USB enabled audio players that is made from recycled pulp and said to be biodegradable. Is it worth nearly $60 though?
A new concept design for computer speakers combines wireless technology and the idea of recycling speaker cones and reusing a wooden frame.
Designer Anatoliy Omelchenko has created an iPhone speaker dock that uses the natural properties of bamboo to amplify an iPhone’s built in speaker.
Cambridge SoundWorks announces a ‘breakthrough green hybrid speaker system technology’ promising huge energy savings plugged into a computer via USB.
A new concept design makes use of two high-definition speakers fitting together to form a ball powered by integrated thin-film solar panels.
Audio speaker manufacturer Klipsch is introducing the LightSpeaker, a speaker merged into a LED bulb like design which is extremely energy efficient and plays music wirelessly streamed from a transmitter.