Bluetooth® News – October 14

Oct 14
2009

New Wi-Fi spec challenges Bluetooth
The new spec could pose a challenge to wireless technologies such Bluetooth.

Bluetooth SIG Opens Nominations for Best of CES Awards
The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) today opened nominations for its 5th Annual Best of CES 2010 Awards.

Bluetooth® News – October 13

Oct 13
2009

October 13, 2009
Shoes feature Bluetooth and GPS
Finally, a pair of shoes with built-in Bluetooth and GPS connections.

Bluetooth 3.0 use will grow
The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) claims that the standard will apply for 23 per cent of all certified Bluetooth-enabled devices by …

Bluetooth® News – October 9

Oct 09
2009

October 9, 2009 – ‘Rock Band’ taking stage on the iPhone
The game will support up to four players through a Bluetooth connection and will release with 20 tracks from artists such as Beastie Boys, Foo Fighters and …

Bluetooth® News – September 30

Sep 30
2009

September 30, 2009 – Bluetooth Headphone Battlemodo: The Best Isn’t the Best
Chances are, your phone—yes, even your iPhone—supports Stereo Bluetooth…

Innovation

Sep 24
2009

If you follow the news items that we collect on this sight, you may have noticed that we don’t post very much “ordinary” news. A quick search of the web can find tons of new Bluetooth phones, headsets, etc. any day. Bluetooth headsets are great, but there isn’t a lot of new ground being broken in that area. We try to find more innovative ideas, products that find a new, clever use for Bluetooth technology. Read the rest of this entry »

Good, but it could be better…

Sep 23
2009

Mike Hatton

Mike Hatton



Good, but it could be better.

My daughter downloaded a web browser for our Wii this week. Now we can watch Youtube videos on our TV and I did not have to pay anything. Mousing around is quite easy since you just use the Wii controllers which allow you to point and click on the screen. They also added some easy ways to scroll by holding down the trigger button. Typing, however, is somewhat harder since you have to point at a virtual keyboard on the screen. Read the rest of this entry »

Bluetooth® News – September 23

Sep 23
2009

September 23, 2009 – Frontline introduces the world’s first Bluetooth low energy Analyzer.
Frontline Test Equipment is pleased to announce the release of the world’s first protocol analyzer for the new Bluetooth low energy specification.

September 23, 2009 – DriveSafe.ly Announces Full Commercial Launch of Mobile…
DriveSafe.ly, a free mobile application that reads text messages (SMS) and emails aloud and automatically responds…

Bluetooth® News – September 21

Sep 21
2009

September 21, 2009 – Utah City Uses Digital Pen to Dole Out Parking Tickets…the pen is equipped with a camera and a Bluetooth connection. “By the time they walk out to the car, the ticket’s online,” …

Bluetooth® News – September 17

Sep 17
2009

September 16, 2009 – Bluetooth technology helps Aiken County EMS save heart attack patients
Thanks to Bluetooth technology, Aiken County EMS workers can now send EKG results to the hospital before the patient gets there…

Bluetooth® News – September 16

Sep 16
2009

September 15, 2009 – Atheros releases first Wireless-N/Bluetooth combo minicard
The company announced Thursday the industry’s first single-stream 802.11n and Bluetooth combo solution…