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Smart Bluetooth enabled devices have been exploding on the scene over the past few years, particularly since the advent of the Internet of Things. The invention of low-power Bluetooth 4.0 has enabled gadgets to have a much longer lifespan on battery, a useful feature for mobile or wearable gadgets.
But this past week I've attempted to brush up my act—or at least my teeth—with Oral-B's SmartSeries Bluetooth toothbrush. Nope, not even the centuries-old toothbrush is safe from smartphone connectivity, thanks to the Internet of Things typhoon that's sweeping through household electronics.
We’ve been hearing a lot about iBeacon and Bluetooth Low Energy-powered devices in the retail sector, where stores are beginning to roll out support for beacons in order to better communicate with customers via apps, allowing them to share offers, send alerts, and advertise to consumers. But according to a new report from ABI Research,...
The study reveals an increase of almost 70% in the volume of influential conversations about IoT between late March and early July. Within this time frame there was activity from Intel (which modified their managerial structures to increase IoT focus), Cisco (who made three strategic investments), Zebra (who purchased Motorola’s enterp...
Nordic Semiconductor has launched its most advanced, feature-rich BluetoothSmart protocol stack to date - the S130 SoftDevice - that allows the development of Nordic nRF51 series SoC-based advanced wearable Bluetooth Smart hub network topologies such as smart watches with peripheral wireless sensors that don't always need a smartphone ...
As billions of Bluetooth-enabled mattresses, toothbrushes, dog collars, soccer balls — you name it — join the Internet of Things (IoT), the networks that bind them to smartphones, tablets and other devices inevitably will become crowded, leaving current Internet capacity inadequate to handle the influx. French Internet service provider...
The Internet of Things is emerging as a third and potentially the biggest trend yet in the development of the Internet, says Goldman Sachs Group Inc (NYSE:GS) in a new report on the topic.
Innovative Bluetooth Smart solutions adopted for a range of applications from smart lighting to wearable devices.
A recent report outlines expectations for the growing market and what to make of the strange bedfellows of Silicon Valley and Madison Avenue.
The internet of things (IOT) is now at a crossroads. While it has featured in mainstream tech discourse long enough not to be seen as a brand new trend, it is not yet a technology that has entered our everyday lives on a meaningful basis.
Adidas is reportedly going to release a new fitness tracker and it looks like the German sports goods manufacturer will be using the Google Fit platform that was unveiled at Google I/O.
The first iPhone-compatible hearing aids allow music streaming and boast location-aware fine-tuning – one day everyone will want one. A Bluetooth wireless protocol developed by Apple last year lets the prostheses connect directly to Apple devices, streaming audio and data while using a fraction of the power consumption of conventional ...
Amazon tells us that "Fire has Bluetooth 3.0 for connectivity now and we’ll update to support Bluetooth LE." So that's good news for the future of Fire.
Wearables can provide personalized interactive feedback for people looking to get a competitive edge.
San Diego, California-based technology company Cue has recently revealed its new product by the same name – a deep health tracking device that people can use to test and analyze tiny samples of their biofluids at home.