Bluetooth® News – June 10

Jun 10
2009

June 8, 2009 – Bluetooth Signals Show Airport Security-Line Waiting Times
Researchers have used Bluetooth signals from cell phones and other wireless devices to track how long it takes travelers to get through security lines at the Indianapolis International Airport.

June 9, 2009 – Bluetooth gets green light for health tech
The industry group that sets the standards for many telemedicine and e-health programmes has selected Bluetooth 3.0 as its preferred communications standard for devices such as activity monitors and heart-rate sensors.

June 8, 2009 – Details about Apple’s new iPhone 3G S
Bluetooth tethering is allowed, which means you can use the iPhone 3G S as a wireless modem with your laptop.

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