Posts tagged with: Bluetooth 4.1
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    What's it take to make a pair of Bluetooth headphones exciting? Well, a good first step is launching them alongside some highly anticipated smartphones at a widely publicized press event and giving a sample to everyone in attendance. But free swag is a momentary thrill; making the excitement last takes an authentically impressive product. The Moto Pulse bluetooth headset is just that. I've been using it as my primary audio accessory for a solid week, and in that time I've gotten to know its highs and lows – in every possible sense. With the Pulse, Motorola has crafted a solid set of ...

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    Bluetooth may be one of the most used but least understood technologies packed inside our smartphones and tablets today. In its early days we were promised a wireless future with a Personal Area Network of interconnected devices. Wireless headsets were pretty much all we got from the initial iterations of the Bluetooth standard, but that's all changing. The Bluetooth SIG completed the Bluetooth Core Specification version 4.0 (called Bluetooth Smart) in  June 2010, and has announced a couple updates since then. However, technology marches ever onward, and earlier this month Bluetooth 4.1 ...

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    Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about the current updates to the Google Search app for Android, and why is this important. We then talk about the new Bluetooth 4.1 standard, and how this improves your experience while mobile. Then we talk about the YotaPhone launch, what's cool, and what's not about this device. Samsung follows the news as we talk about its new patent focused on bringing us transparent displays. We end today's show talking about Samsung's device launch plans for Q1 2014, and why this is a dramatic change to the past. All this and more after the break. Stories: - ...

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