Monthly Archives: June 2011

Bluetooth Low Energy Explained – #lowenergy #bluetooth

Bluetooth 4.0 is going to lead to some pretty cool medical devices, such as wireless thermometer and heart rate products. One of its key features, Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE), will allow devices equipped with the wireless technology to consume far … Continue reading

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The Apple world

According to my 6 year old ..  

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New Bluetooth SIG Board Members – Apple & Nordic

Adding Apple and Nordic to the SIG Board will help prepare for a world in which the way consumers use digital devices will fundamentally shift. Mobile phones, laptops, tablets, TVs, homes, and even cars will soon serve as hub devices to … Continue reading

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Headsets can now monitor and track our fitness

Valencell – The company’s first product, the Healthset audio headset, measures real-time heart rate, calories burned, and aerobic fitness level using audio earbuds. Data is collected from the earbuds and streamed wirelessly to mobile devices such as handsets and digital … Continue reading

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The real universal remote – An App on your smartphone that connected to a #Bluetooth hub to control all the devices

Finally the real universal remotes are here – An app on the smartphone that connects via Bluetooth to a hub which in turn controls all my IR devices. The Dijit app connects to the Beacon hub via Bluetooth and then … Continue reading

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Neul Launches ‘Weightless’ White Space Network

Network start-up Neul has announced a wireless technology designed to connect machines using the “white space” which is unused within the broadcast TV band. The company plans to license its “Weightless” network technology to have billions of devices online by … Continue reading

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New Tools for Self-Tracking – Wireless #Bluetooth

The Basis watch is one of a growing number of new tools that seeks to passively collect data on the wearer’s health and behavior with the aim of helping them to change it for the better. These devices are part … Continue reading

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