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- Some smart-phone users feeling blue in their cars. Solheim, Shelley // eWeek;12/6/2004, Vol. 21 Issue 49, p15
This article reports that some users of Palmone Inc.'s Treo 650 have reported problems connecting their new Bluetooth-enabled smart phones with their Bluetooth car kits â€” a result of automakers not being in sync with the latest Bluetooth standards. PalmOne officials said the Treo 650...
- All I Want for Christmas (or Hanukkah)... Worthman, Ernest // Wireless Design & Development;Dec2004, Vol. 12 Issue 12, p6
Comments on the development of several products and technology in the telecom industry. Bluetooth technology; WiFi systems; Cell phones.
- Industry Update. // MarketWatch: Telecoms;Apr2005, Vol. 4 Issue 4, p2
The article reports on the issues surrounding the telecommunication industry. The first Bluetooth mobile telephone virus Cabir had spread in countries of Europe and the U.S. Telecommunications operator MCI had agreed to review the takeover bid of Qwest Communications International after it had...
- Plug & Play. Avanell, Patrick // Appliance Retailer;Jul2010, Vol. 16 Issue 6, p36
The article focuses on the in-car entertainment market in Australia. It states that the equipment suppliers are launching new products to suit laws that control what people can do or cannot do while driving. It mentions the creation of the Bluetooth range of in-car entertainment equipment like...
- iPod Connections Expected in 60 Percent of 2009 Cars. Farivar, Cyrus // Macworld;Jan2009, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p26
The article cites a study from iSuppli Corp. which reveals that 58 percent of new American cars, which are luxury and low-end models alike, are expected to have iPod integration in 2009. The study also mentions that 82 percent of the same cars will have Bluetooth support for voice calls. The...
- Evaluating Bluetooth Performance as the Support for Context-Aware Applications. Juan-Carlos Cano; David Ferrndez-Bell; Pietro Manzoni // Telecommunication Systems;Mar2005, Vol. 28 Issue 3/4, p333
Abstract We present an experiment relative to the use of the Bluetooth wireless technology to provide network support for context-aware applications. We describe an approach to provide network interconnection using a combination of wireless and wired network technologies. We also describe the...
- WIRELESS. McGarvey, Robert // Entrepreneur;Sep2001, Vol. 29 Issue 9, p31
Presents information on wireless technology. Discussion on global cellular phone coverage services offered by mobile-phone makers in the United States; Companies offering global cellular phone coverage services; Information on bluetooth technology.
- Coexistence of IEEE 802.11b and Bluetooth: An Integrated Performance Analysis. Min Song; Sachin Shetty; Deepthi Gopalpet // Mobile Networks & Applications;Dec2007, Vol. 12 Issue 5/6, p450
AbstractÂ Â IEEE 802.11b wireless networks and Bluetooth networks provide complimentary services using the same unlicensed radio frequency band. As the benefits of utilizing these services become increasingly apparent, the likelihood of mutual interference also increases. The well-known...
- An i-mate Pocket PC Phone can do everything but give you
a more interesting life. // Campaign;11/14/2003, Issue 46, p12
Gadget enthusiasts in the U.S. are already raving about the Xda II, a pocket computer launched over there as the i-mate Pocket PC Phone in October 2003. Bluetooth technology not only gives the ability access to e-mail but it also gives lightning-fast connection to the Internet.