Category Archives: Connectivity Trends

Predictions for new iPad & new Apple TV (iPad3 / iMedia)

Like many I am also eagerly waiting for the March 7th 2012 announcement from Apple: There are a lot of predictions on what to expect – It seems from the buzz that iPad3 and an Apple TV is on the … Continue reading

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Motorola Mobility Unveils MOTOACTV™ — Bluetooth 4.0 and Fusion of Music and Fitness

GPS enabled , Wireless headset with built-in Heart rate monitor, Online tracking and training portal, Smartphone app.. Supports Bluetooth 4.0 – Bluetooth Low Energy Great ! I need one. more here ..

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A Universal 3D Glasses Standard May Be Forthcoming [Panasonic, Samsung, Sony, And Others Part Of A Coalition To Develop One Type Of 3D Glasses For All 3D Pictures - using Bluetooth]

A coalition of home theater product makers, including Panasonic, Samsung, Sony and Xpand, are looking to make one kind of 3D glasses for their various products. They want to standardize things like IR system protocols and the like, which means … Continue reading

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The potential with connected wearable platforms – Apps, Web Services, Hardware, Wireless, Sensors

I believe the potential is huge for CE devices and these are early days for connected, app model driven smart devices. The WIMM Platform integrates hardware, app tools and web services into a highly scalable product development model. It can … Continue reading

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Microsoft Releases New Bluetooth Headset And Media Remote For Xbox 360 | TechCrunch

Microsoft Releases New Bluetooth Headset And Media Remote For Xbox 360 | TechCrunch.  

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Casio’s Bluetooth 4.0 G-Shock is water and shock-resistant, Solar powered and FCC-approved – #Bluetooth #lowenergy

Well, the rugged little timekeeper is packing Bluetooth 4.0 in its bag of tricks, which lets the wearable gadget communicate with your smartphone. It should also be possible to talk to the Apple Macbook Air and Mac Mini ? Which … Continue reading

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The Next Wave: First Bluetooth v4.0 Products Reaching the Market, phones arriving in a few months – #Bluetooth #lowenergy

The first products with Bluetooth v4.0 are starting to arrive, beginning with a heart-rate strap and new computers from Apple. This trickle will soon turn into a flood.These pioneering products will soon be joined by Bluetooth v4.0 smart phones, as well as a plethora … Continue reading

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Apple adds Bluetooth 4.0 (Bluetooth Low Energy) support to new MacBook Air, Mac mini – #Bluetooth #lowenergy

Apple’s latest MacBook Air and Mac mini models released on Wednesday are the first hardware from the company to support the Bluetooth 4.0 wireless standard for improved power consumption. The Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) mode is aimed at low-power and … Continue reading

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Roku unveils new game-enabled video players uses #Bluetooth

Roku is updating its lineup of streaming video boxes with a trio of new products for 2011. The new models add Wii-like casual gaming, controlled by a new Bluetooth motion remote. via Roku officially unveils new game-enabled video players Crave … Continue reading

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Jawbone Announces Up, A Wristband To Track Health, Fight Obesity | Co.Design

Jawbone announced the grand project they\’ve been quietly working on for years: A wearable band called Up, which is infused with sensors and connected to a smartphone app, allowing you to track your eating, sleeping, and activity patterns. more @ Jawbone … Continue reading

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