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Rob Enderle
Under the Shadow of Steve Jobs: Why Trump May Be Unbeatable
05/02/16 9:57 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1779 Words

It has HDMI, USB, WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity options, and you can control it with an app on your smartphone.

Pretty much everyone who tested this thing bought it, and that's saying something for a product that costs around US$1,000 with...

John P. Mello Jr.
Apple Drops CareKit on GitHub
04/29/16 3:25 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 751 Words

Four New Apps Four applications that use the framework are available: Glow Nurture, a pregnancy tracker that allows expecting moms to log activity and find information about what to expect next in the course of their pregnancy; Glow Baby, which picks up where Glow Nurture leaves off and lets a new mom keep tabs on things like feeding schedules and infant growth; One Drop , a diabetes management app that logs glucose, food, meds and activity, and uses Bluetooth ...

Richard Adhikari
Samsung's AR Vision Includes Smart Contact Lenses
04/12/16 10:57 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 652 Words

For communications between the smartphone and the smart contact lens, WiFi is "too power-hungry," so Bluetooth LE might be used instead, he suggested. [* Correction - April 13, 2016 ]

The uses for smart contact lenses, Tirias Research's McGregor said, "are...

Kris Holt
Gadget Ogling: A 360-Degree Cam, a Leveled-Up Kindle, and a Space-Saving Home Gym
04/21/16 4:37 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 771 Words

A set of smart handles that connect to the piece of equipment you're using at any given time can pair with the mobile app using Bluetooth .

While the system will offer feedback on your workout and track your activity, what's...

Richard Adhikari
Apple's MacBook Refresh Draws Tepid Response
04/19/16 4:14 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 660 Words

The MacBook has one USB-C port and has built-in 802.11ac WiFi and Bluetooth 4.0. It runs OS X El Capitan.

Available on Apple's website from Tuesday, and in Apple's retail stores and at select authorized resellers from Wednesday, the MacBook starts...

Rob Enderle
One of Amazon Echo's Babies Might Outshine the Parent
03/07/16 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1868 Words

You can use its Bluetooth capability to put the unit next to where you sit and still connect to your system in your stereo cabinet (I used an Amazon Basics Bluetooth receiver). The end result is both cheaper and sounds better than...

Kris Holt
Gadget Ogling: Lingering Echoes, DIY Scanner Projects, and Empowered Pitchers
03/08/16 2:33 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 703 Words

The Dot can connect to other speakers using Bluetooth or audio cable, which means you can use your high-end audio system as a personal assistant, if you like.

There's a catch here: Currently, one can order the Dot only using a device...

Jack M.Germain
Fresh Raspberry Pi Has Better Hardware Baked In
03/01/16 12:03 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 807 Words

The credit card-sized computer board adds WiFi and Bluetooth support.

The machine better handles Web browsing and office tasks home users need. It opens up even more possibilities for the Internet of Things and embedded projects, according to Eben Upton, CEO of...

David Jones
Amazon's Alexa Goes to Work in 2 New Devices
03/03/16 3:39 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 602 Words

It can connect to home speakers via Bluetooth or with an audio cable, and it lets users control their home stereo systems with voice commands.

It also can be used as a voice-controlled assistant to manage other smart-home devices, including lights,...

Peter Suciu
Google's Hands Free Puts Your Money Where Your Mouth Is
03/03/16 1:27 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 652 Words

The app offers hands-free connectivity via Bluetooth Low Energy, WiFi and location services on a user's handset, which can detect when it is at a participating store. To check out and pay, the user simply needs to tell the cashier that payment...

Kris Holt
Gadget Ogling: All-In-One Cooking, In-Car Movie Nights, and Rolling Robots
03/15/16 3:30 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 880 Words

It supports third-party devices using infrared, WiFi, Bluetooth and several other protocols. The robot can recognize faces and personalize lighting, for instance, based on that person's preferences. Meanwhile, it can act as a roaming home security system you can monitor remotely.

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Kris Holt
Gadget Ogling: Playful Projectors, Star Wars Sounds, and Spotify-to-Go
03/01/16 7:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 867 Words

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To leap onto my high horse for a moment, I have healthy teeth, and brushing them is something I've done well for decades. I like to think that I'm pretty good at it. Inspecting my mouth with a...

Rob Enderle
Fiorina's Presidential Road Not Taken
02/15/16 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1531 Words

They charge like a smartphone or Bluetooth headset with a micro-USB cable, and you can order the glasses to take prescription lenses. They also have a special version that has a blue lens for $25 more. That didn't come out until after...

Kris Holt
Gadget Ogling: A Personal Padlock, a Grown-Up Desk, and an Informative Mirror
02/10/16 10:52 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 764 Words

There are other smart padlocks on the market you can unlock using your smartphone via Bluetooth , though there are a couple of points that help Tapplock stand out.

First, the price for backers of the crowdfunding campaign is reasonable, at US$29...

Pam Baker
The Second Coming of Bluetooth
05/17/10 7:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1334 Words

That's about to change. Bluetooth has grown into a disruptive wave that's beginning to crest over the top of more than one industry. "It's the perfect storm: The technology has matured, the prices have plummeted, and the battery life is long enough to...

Brian R. Hook
Bluetooth Wireless for the Holidays
12/06/05 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 846 Words

... insiders think it's going to be a big holiday season for Bluetooth wireless technology -- which is showing up in a wide range of gadgets, from mobile phones to audio players to personal digital assistants to personal computer keyboards and even cars.

Patrick Nelson
Bluetooth Is Not Just for Headsets
03/01/12 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 807 Words

... cable-and-wire spaghetti proliferating in and around our homes and offices, threatening to consume our devices and us in the end, it may be time to take a look at Bluetooth wireless technology , which is great if you can get it to...

Walaika Haskins
Wibree Joins Bluetooth's Kingdom
06/12/07 1:28 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 663 Words

... Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG), an 8,000-member trade association, announced Tuesday it will make Wibree, a low-power, short-range wireless technology developed by Nokia, the foundation for a new form of Bluetooth. Wibree could be used to connect devices like heart monitors and...

Richard Adhikari
Bluetooth SIG Brushes Up Version 3.0
04/10/09 12:24 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 565 Words

... Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) has confirmed that an update to the wireless technology will be unveiled later this month. "Bluetooth 3.0, aka 'Seattle,' will be unveiled at the All Hands Meeting in Tokyo," Bluetooth SIG spokesperson Starr Baker told TechNewsWorld.

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Gene J. Koprowski
Bluetooth to Proliferate in Vehicles
07/22/06 1:30 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 691 Words

... are rapidly incorporating wireless Bluetooth technology into their new vehicles, moving at such a pace that nearly a third of all new cars will feature the equipment within five years. That's a dramatic increase, up from 3 percent last year, according to...

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