Sadly, few of us mobile warriors need classes in douchebaggery.
New feature uses Bluetooth low energy and token verification system and company hopes it will help lure customers from large retail banks.
Mobi can upload photos on the fly to your smartphone via a short-range WiFi network.
Beacon uses low energy Bluetooth to transmit information from retailers to consumers and vice versa. Beacon can automatically check people in when they arrive to a retail location and deliver them product offers.
The myType is available in five colors, including white and black, and is currently still available on Kickstarter.
Editor’s Pick Our phones are faster and smarter. Our laptops are thinner. But, for most of us, our headphones still have wires.
This is how you know you’re not at an Apple conference. At Google I/O today, Google’s holding a session on voiding your Google Glass warranty.
Don’t let its enormous dork factor blind you to the real-world possibilities of Google’s augmented-reality glasses.
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This week, the serial entrepreneur launched a Kickstarter campaign with a goal to raise $150,000 in funding for the mass production of the customizable bluetooth earbuds, known as ”Elroy.”
The speculation is that Apple is designing a new iWatch that connects to iPhones, relays messages, and displays status alerts. But would the company that reinvented the computer, the phone, and the way we consume media be aiming so low?
Total cumulative global WiFi shipments reached five billion in 2012, according to ABI Research. And the pace of innovation isn’t slowing, with new WiFi protocols rolling out in 2013 and close to 20 billion WiFi-enabled devices predicted to be in the market by 2017.
Most of those five billion chips won’t be in phones, as tablets, sensors, cameras, light bulbs, refrigerators, and more increasingly get connected to the internet.
NFC is expected to become ubiquitous in mobile devices, providing short-range data transfer.
Apple is planning some big changes for how people listen to music via an iOS device.
With the approval of a new pair of protocol standards, expect to see a lot more Bluetooth fitness devices in the near future.
Indoor location technology is going to get a lot more precise, thanks to a new alliance formed between twenty two technology companies.
Mosoro, a startup that makes Bluetooth hardware with complimentary smartphone apps, has raised $1.5 million in its first round of funding.
Jawbone, the maker of the Jawbone headset, is launching a ground-breaking new Bluetooth headset today. It’s called Era, and it has built-in motion-sensing, high-definition audio quality, and multiple processors. The company (formerly Aliph) is also turning the Jawbone headset into a connected app platform whose features can be updated over time. It also provides caller identification by verbally telling you the name of who is calling you.
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