Bye-Bye, Bluetooth

Gurley, J. William
September 2001
Fortune;9/3/2001, Vol. 144 Issue 4, p195
Offers observations on the imminent failure of Bluetooth wireless technology. Explanation of the technology; Technical advantages which the so-called Wi-Fi wireless Ethernet has over Bluetooth, including speed of operation and cost; Common themes in journalism about Bluetooth.


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