While the satellite boom of a few years back gave the radio industry a much-needed boost, it’s the Internet that is making waves today. With benefits just like those of the Web (instant access to all things, from anywhere, at anytime), Internet radio offers listening options of tremendous breadth and depth, surpassing by the thousands the station options currently available, even from satellite. Now new WiFi-enabled standalone devices allow you to listen without being shackled to your computer. We like Com One’s Phoenix WiFi Radio (shown, $210; comp usa.com) and any of the three from C. Crane: the Revo Pico, Sangean WFR-20, and Tangent Quattro ($350 each; ccrane.com). And look out for Tivoli Audio’s forthcoming NetWorksGo (tivoliaudio.com).