It’s a Blue-tiful Day!: Shall we dance?

May 11
2009
Tom Allebrandi

Tom Allebrandi

Tom Allebrandi Bio

I’ll let you know up front that I am not a dancer. As a drummer, I have a pretty good sense of rhythm and time. But, when I get on the dance floor… well, a robot doing “the robot” looks more lifelike. So, I’m only guessing about what happens at a formal dance club.
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It’s a Blue-tiful Day!: Goldilocks – Part III

Apr 24
2009
Tom Allebrandi

Tom Allebrandi

Tom Allebrandi Bio

In Part I and Part II of our story I retold “Goldilocks and the Three Bears” and discussed the reasons why High Speed Bluetooth® technology will be “just right”. Now, we’ll take a look at Bluetooth low energy.

Just as in High Speed Bluetooth, the low energy initiative is driven by applications. The difference however is that the applications will be mostly new applications where Bluetooth technology has not gone before.

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It’s a Blue-tiful Day!: Goldilocks – Part II

Apr 21
2009
Tom Allebrandi

Tom Allebrandi

Tom Allebrandi Bio

Welcome back! Our story so far compares “Goldilocks and the Three Bears” to the upcoming enhancements to Bluetooth® technology. Goldilocks found that each of the Three Bears had different tastes in food and the beds they liked to sleep in. Trying each one, she only found one bowl of food and one bed to her liking.

With Bluetooth adding two more technologies in the near future, one has to wonder if “Goldilocks and the Three Bears” is an indication of things to come.

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It’s a Blue-tiful Day! – Goldilocks – Part I

Apr 02
2009
Tom Allebrandi

Tom Allebrandi

Tom Allebrandi Bio

Welcome to BTNEWS!

I’ve been asked to contribute a regular column here at BTNEWS on topics of general interest to the Bluetooth® community. My plan is to approach the topics using a slightly different and non-technical twist. To that end, let’s take a look at Goldilocks and the Three Bluetooths.

Many of us at one time or another have heard the story of “Goldilocks and the Three Bears”. I’m not going to repeat the entire story, but here are the highlights.
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