Monthly Archives: April 2011

500 million people worldwide to use their mobiles as metro and bus tickets by 2015

Press Release: 500 million people worldwide to use their mobiles as metro and bus tickets by 2015Hampshire, UK: 26th April 2011 – Half a billion people worldwide will use their mobile devices as travel tickets on metros, subways and buses … Continue reading

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Cobra Tag finds your lost keys, phone, other junk | The Car Tech blog – CNET Reviews

Enter the Cobra Tag by Cobra, a two-part hardware and software solution to finding your misplaced stuff.The first part of the system is the Cobra Tag sensor, a small electronic dongle that can be attached to a keychain, purse, backpack, … Continue reading

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Wireless GPS Takes Flight

Wirelessly Add GPS to iPad®, iPod touch®, iPhone® and other Bluetooth-enabled Smart Phones and Tablets. Lafayette, IN (April 20, 2011) – New Sky Products, LLC announced today that the company is expanding its product line to include mobile GPS Solutions … Continue reading

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Casio previews Bluetooth G-Shock at BaselWorld watch fair Wired UK

Casio scored a first at the BaselWorld watch fair by implementing the low energy capabilities of Bluetooth 4.0 to link your watch with your smartphone. “With Bluetooth Low Energy you will be able to send information from profile 4.0 mobile … Continue reading

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173 Million Wi-Fi Direct-Enabled Devices to Ship in 2011, Says In-Stat

173 Million Wi-Fi Direct-Enabled Devices to Ship in 2011, Says In-Stat.

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Jesus Escapes Fat Dominatrix Thanks to Bluetooth Earpiece | Adweek

Jesus Escapes Fat Dominatrix Thanks to Bluetooth Earpiece | Adweek.

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ABI: HDTVs, Blu-ray Players to Drive Connected Devices Past 3 Billion | Home Media Magazine

ABI: HDTVs, Blu-ray Players to Drive Connected Devices Past 3 Billion | Home Media Magazine.

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