Monthly Archives: May 2011

Digital Cameras and Bluetooth Ease Travel Through Houston Airports

The Bluetooth study, she said, was a way to track the transit time for people carrying Bluetooth-enabled devices that are in discoverable mode, and to measure that transit time between point A and point B. via Digital Cameras and Bluetooth … Continue reading

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Lady Gaga, Polaroid make mobile printers sexy again | Crave – CNET

The printer is powered by a rechargeable lithium ion battery good for up to 35 prints and can print wirelessly over Bluetooth or via USB. more @ Lady Gaga, Polaroid make mobile printers sexy again | Crave – CNET.

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Google Unveils Wallet And Offers: An Open Platform For Mobile Payments

As expected, it will be using NFC technology. By 2014, Tilenius notes that 50 percent of smartphones will have NFC built into them — that’s 150 million devices. more @ Google Unveils Wallet And Offers: An Open Platform For Mobile Payments.

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Toyota to set up social networking service – Yahoo! News

In a demonstration at a Tokyo showroom, an owner of a plug-in Prius hybrid found out through a cell phone message from his Prius called “Pre-boy” that he should remember to recharge his car overnight. When the owner plugged in his … Continue reading

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I am not feeling well, I need to go see my car..

Ford and Healthcare Experts Research SYNC Health and Wellness Connectivity Services Helping Manage Chronic Illness Read more @ Ford and Healthcare Experts Research SYNC Health and Wellness Conne … – Press Release. A similar platform on Smatphones will be much more … Continue reading

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Health Monitoring in-car app using #Bluetooth

Researchers at Ford Motor Co. have developed a prototype in-car health and wellness application that would connect drivers to their smartphone, bluetooth enabled device, and the Internet.The Ford SYNC system would allow diabetic drivers wearing a blood sugar monitoring device … Continue reading

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Smart textiles set for commercial breakthrough #Bluetooth

Bluetooth low energy technology is poised to revolutionise the market for wearable devices, especially for sports and health monitoring.One pioneer in this field is Polar Electro, whose coded Bluetooth WearLink heart rate belt sensor was among the first of its … Continue reading

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