Broadcom has embarked on a journey that will hopefully bring wider support for Android devices among in-vehicle systems. Its new Automotive Bluetooth software stack aims to break down barriers between different and sometimes incompatible Bluetooth stacks in order to deliver seamless connectivity between the car and the phone.
Bluetooth 4.1 Core Specification that has seen current trends and makes provisions for the future.
LG has just unveiled its new LG Tone Ultra Bluetooth headset that boasts of delivering quality audio and ergonomic comfort. The Tone Ultra is the company's third entry in its series of uniquely shaped headsets.
Jabra has unveiled their latest set of wireless headphones this morning. Or in this case, a set of wireless earbuds. These are the Jabra Rox Wireless earbuds and while there hasn't been any price details revealed, the folks at Jabra have said these can be expected to arrive in December.
Fitbit has had an Android app available for a while now, but as we often see, the device support is rather limited. Officially speaking, the Fitbit Android app uses Bluetooth 4.0 with the LE (Low Energy) feature. For now that support is limited to a handful of Samsung devices, but it looks like some Nexus devices are getting ready to enter a beta testing period.
ASUS is introducing a new earbud-type headset that, in today's wireless age, focuses on easy wireless connectivity with smart devices. Sporting the latest connectivity options, the ASUS EB50N NearField Headset simplifies connecting with more than one device while still delivering crisp and clear audio.
Nike has once more received some amount of flak from Android supporters when it earlier announced the next version of its fitness bracelet, the Nike+ FuelBand SE. While it has already come out that it will not be working on an Android app for the wearable device, the company is now making known exactly why.
been spotted at the Bluetooth SIG, lending credence to the rumor. Then again, why is it showing up at all?
Jabra has had the original Solemate portable Bluetooth speaker and back in early-September they unveiled the Solemate Mini. Filing out the family lineup, Jabra has announced the Solemate Max. This one is (obviously) bigger in size as compared to the Solemate and Solemate Mini, and otherwise sports a pair of woofers and pair of tweeters.