Sony has rolled out a pair of new wireless music accessories that use Bluetooth to connect to smartphones and tablets. The new accessories include the Bluetooth Speaker BSP10 and the Bluetooth Headset SBH60.
Logitech has announced a new multi-device keyboard that is called the Logitech Bluetooth Multi-Device Keyboard K480. The keyboard is designed to work with three devices, with different operating systems. Logitech says that the K480 supports Windows, Mac, and Chrome OS computers as well as Android devices and iOS.
A gadget that unlocks your smartphone? Most of us would call that “our fingers” but Motorola believed that having a small and nifty gadget to quickly unlock your Moto X with a tap was something that their users needed. Hence the launch of the Moto X Skip sometime last year. It didn’t really set the market ablaze with its release but it looks like it’s going to get an upgrade of sorts, with Bluetooth connectivity and some other uses rather than just to unlock the phone.
At some point during your life, you have probably fought with a combination lock on something and wished for an easier way to secure your stuff. Whether it's forgetting the code for your bike lock or not being able to get a locker open at school, fiddling with keys and combinations can be a pain. A new lock has surfaced called Noke that requires no keys or combinations to open.
With so many Bluetooth speakers available in the market, those who are not content with having a simple one would always look out for the most unique devices out there. The Om One Bluetooth speaker is ready to stand out from among the rest, as it has a levitating orb that would fascinate observers, while also providing sound quality that would rival the best ones out there.
Movies and TV shows often portray Bluetooth headset-wearing people as kind of braggarts or douches, walking around, being constantly “on the phone” and talking. Even in real life, these headpieces aren’t exactly comfortable and convenient, since they’re still not totally wireless. But the newest earbuds from Earin are probably the smallest in the world and are totally wire-free.
We've seen wireless tags for locating items, or your smartphone, before, like Nokia's Treasure Tag or HTC's Fetch Tag. iFind, however, is a class above the rest, because without a battery, this thing, like that iconic Energizer rabbit, will just keep on going and going and going and going.
If you already have a rocking sound system but want to add some wireless streaming into the mix, then Motorola might just have the solution for you. Moto Stream is a funky looking Bluetooth-enabled audio receiver that can effortlessly play your tunes streamed from almost any device, and at a price tag that won't cost you an arm, a leg, or any other body part.
LG is bringing yet another one of its stylish, according to the manufacturer, in-ear Bluetooth headsets to the market. This time, however, the LG Tone Pro, while carrying the same 3D NeckBehind style of its predecessors, also carries a substantially more affordable price tag.