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With a growing number of use cases for connected devices, Gartner says the segment will represent 81 percent of all connected things in use by 2020.
New smart application creates ad-hoc Bluetooth network to deliver text messages.
Thermometers have come a long way from fragile glass tubes filled with dangerous mercury. Those rectal thermometers are still one of the nightmares of my childhood. Today, adhesive strips that contain tiny sensors, Bluetooth and smart phones are improving the art of taking a temperature reading. ...
For better or worse, we are about to enter the age of smart everything. Whatever you think of that tiny preposition, the fact is that sensors, the tiny devices that fuel the Internet of Things are getting smaller and cheaper all the time. As they do, we will start to see them transmitting data from some highly unlikely intelligent devices, while tracking everything from road ...
A new smartphone app and Bluetooth beacon system is currently being trialled at Pimlico Station on the London Underground, and could revolutionise the way blind and partially sighted people navigate the capital's Tube system.
Mobile beacons are suddenly the buzz - and for good reason.
There's a sizeable "smart home" wave building. The smart home and building technology market was $4.8 billion in 2012 and a report by Allied Market Research predicts it will grow to $35.3 billion by 2020.
When John Redfield needs to make an adjustment to his new prosthetic limb, he can simply take out his smartphone and open an application.
Stratos, launching today, is a new payments card that exists to replace every single plastic card in your wallet. The card features Bluetooth connectivity and can be used everywhere you’d expect, like at ATMs, restaurants and gas stations.
More than 90 000 people have converged at this year's event in Barcelona to see new technology that tackles issues such as big data and the Internet of things (IOT).
Oral-B, Smart kapp, Cobi, and student Kenneth Shinozuka enter the 2015 winners circle for their unique approaches to Bluetooth-compatible products and services.