More and more devices in production will include internet connectivity, according to a new report from IHS iSuppli. The research firm forecasts the connected device market to surpass 6 billion in 2014. IHS estimates worldwide production of connected equipment will amount to 6.18 billion units this year, up 6 percent from 5.82 billion in 2013.
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The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) is looking to bring Bluetooth technology to the smart grid efforts with new strategy papers.
As we found in a past review, "hands-free" Bluetooth units have not typically been entirely "hands-free." Most units involve pressing a button or turning a dial to navigate menus and trigger the device.
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The technology that has become ubiquitous in today's mobile phones also can be used to pinpoint 911 callers when they're inside homes, apartment buildings or skyscrapers.
Palm's Europe-only 18.104.22.168 update for its webOS operating system has enabled tethering using the Pre's Bluetooth connection.
Earlier this year, the upcoming Bluetooth low energy wireless technology specification was chosen by healthcare industry coalition Continua as its choice for wireless technology in the next version of its product design guidelines.
The current copy of Wired magazine shows Brad Pitt with a Bluetooth headset and carries a warning: “Ditch the headset
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The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) this week announced the winners of its best-of-CES contest.
Bluetooth 2.2 is expected as a new specification in mid-2009 and will be available in versions for Wi-Fi and ultrawideband (UWB) antennas.
St. Louis, Mo.-based Laird Technologies has added four new Bluetooth modules to its line.
BlueAnt today announced a voice-controlled Bluetooth headset using speech recognition chips from Sensory.
Industry-wide success in the Bluetooth automotive telephony market may not necessarily translate into success for other Bluetooth vehicle applications.
The Bluetooth Special Interest Group has filled out its test suite for device manufacturers that want to test their products with Bluetooth profiles using simulation software.
One of the signs that a technology has entered the public consciousness is when it starts getting mentioned in the movies, theatrical plays and other cultural venues.
Six years after its development began, the Bluetooth SIG’s Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP) is just beginning to find its way into wireless devices.
Sensory will announce a small-footprint speech synthesis chip for Bluetooth devices next week.
Technology companies envision the mobile phone becoming the center of the consumer's universe, even more so than it already is.