Bluetooth

Never lose stuff again when you attach Tile Bluetooth tracker

Just a little over two years ago, the Tile Bluetooth tracker was introduced to the market, allowing consumers to keep track of important things like expensive umbrellas, bags, gadgets simply by attaching the tiny device to them. Now the makers believe it’s about time to release a second generation version, with some hardware improvements, as well as new features to help keep track of your belongings, including the all-important mobile phone.

Access your smartphone’s voice command system with Satechi button

We cannot avoid but use our smartphones when driving, no matter how many PSAs we see warning us about the dangers of doing so. That’s why various brands are coming up with wearables and gadgets that can help reduce the chance of accidents, but at the same time, letting you have easy access to your device even when you’re doing driving or riding a bike. The Satechi Bluetooth Home Button connects to your smartphone’s voice command system with just the press of a button.

Plantronics rolls out BackBeat SENSE wireless Bluetooth headphones

Plantronics, one of the leaders in audio technology, has just introduced a new pair of wireless Bluetooth headphones in the form of the BackBeat SENSE. This new smart pair promises excellent audio quality and comfort even after a long period of usage. It's very lightweight you won't actually feel that you are wearing headphones during those times that you just want to listen and get lost in the music.

Google launches Eddystone Bluetooth beacons

Internet giant Google has recently introduced an open source Bluetooth LE beacon platform that will work with Android and other mobile OS. Officially called as Eddystone, this service allows devices to link a physical location with online data and tell other mobile devices what's nearby and exactly where they are. These two are Eddystone's two main features that aim to improve several location-based services.

Enjoy the world’s smallest bluetooth headset in your ear with Dot

Just a little over a year ago, we told you about a Kickstarter project that said it was the world's smallest Bluetooth earbuds in the market. Well, we have another crowd-sourced device and it can now lay claim to that title. The Dot is now the world's smallest Bluetooth headset available (or soon to be available) and it claims that the sound quality is just as good, and maybe even better, than the headsets that are in the market today.

Rainbow7 might just be the smartest light bulbs in the market

If you were amazed by the light bulb system that could be turned on and off just by clapping your hands together, then imagine how you will react to light that can be controlled through your smartphone or tablet! iLuv Creative Technology has just released what may very well be the "smartest" light in the market, as it can be controlled by any mobile device as long it is connected to the light through Bluetooth and an app.

Automatic is an app store for your car

An adapter that plugs to just about any modern car and then streams all kinds of data to the driver’s smartphone sounds like a good idea – in fact, it already exists and is called “Automatic”. The vision of the developer was to simplify and connect all the routine tasks a driver does and involve smartphone technology into it. This includes engine problem notifications, remembering where you parked and all those kinds of stuff. Now it gets better.

KFC Tray Typer brings some tech to fast food dining

We all know that eating fast food will do more harm than good. I'm not a fitness buff nor I am at my healthiest but I know that eating hamburgers, fried chicken, and pizza regularly will result to possible health problems in the future especially if you don't exercise. But man, if you treat me to a free meal at McDonald's or KFC, I won't complain and I'd gladly say 'yes' to a Happy Meal or a Zinger and a bucket of fries.

Qualcomm AllPlay now allows re-streaming over Bluetooth and WiFi

Ever wanted to stream your music to multiple speakers all at once? I’m sure the thought has crossed your mind once or twice. The problem with Bluetooth streaming – that is, streaming whatever media is playing on your device to a dedicated Bluetooth headset or speaker – is that it is a one-to-one deal all of the time, which limits your streaming power to one receiver. Qualcomm’s new features for their AllPlay platform now involves WiFi re-streaming, which already sounds wonderful.
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