This week's top gadgets represent the best in wireless. Pantech bows the cheapest 4G LTE phone, Bose the best-sounding Bluetooth speaker, Livio the most flexible car radio, Belkin the slickest way to wirelessly connect your AV gear to the Internet, and Kyocera, a tough cell phone.
FM radio is so last century. This century you listen to Internet radio such as via Livio Radio via this this car kit ($120). The kit plugs into your cigarette lighter and, via Bluetooth, pairs (connects) to the Livio Radio app on your iPhone to bring you more than 45,000 radio stations from around the world plugs. The car kit transmits not only Internet radio but music from your iPhone or iPod (via the Livio radio iOS app) through your car's FM radio and speakers. Plus, it's also a hands-free Bluetooth speaker for cell phone chatting, and will charge your iPhone as you groove. Just don't fumble with it while you're driving.