So, Bluetooth is very confident in his appearance and smile and he is a total sweetheart so noone ever dares tell him about his rotten tooth so most of the time his clanmates just try not to laugh and he just thinks hes SUCH a charmer.
His warrior ceremony sorta went like: “Bluepaw, your warrior name shall be… Blue..tooth… because of your… charming.. smile..?”
So a while ago I posted on my cat blog puddlestep about how it would be fun if clan leaders accidentally named their cats after human things like Bluetooth and then I got to know quaility who has a spoof clan that is literally made up of cats with names like that (e.g. Rockstar & Morningwood) SO I FINALLY MADE BLUETOOTH to join GrassClan.
Have you ever heard of this amazing product called ‘Amazon Echo’?
Amazon released a brand new product that other competitors like Apple, Google don’t have yet. Amazon Echo is a wireless Bluetooth speaker with virtual voice assistant called Alexa, like Apple’s Siri. It…(read more)
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Building on its Bluetooth connectivity Outdoor Tech has added a microphone/speakerphone used for hands free calls. The speaker boasts 10 hours of playtime which is pretty spectacular.
The American Museum of Natural History has a lot to offer, and we want to make sure that visitors can always find what they’re looking for—whether that’s the Stegosaurus or a sandwich after a long day browsing the galleries.
That’s why we’ve updated our first-of-its-kind Explorer app. The latest version, which features a new look and enhanced wayfinding features, was developed with the support of Bloomberg Philanthropies through the Bloomberg Connects initiative. Explorer is now available for Android on Google Play as well as on iOS.
With this month’s update, the Museum begins using Bluetooth wireless technology, which uses short-range, low-power wireless devices called beacons for navigation. Explorer now uses a new location-awareness and mapping system powered by more than 700 Bluetooth beacons located all around the building.
Smaller than a pad of Post-it notes, these devices contain fairly simple electronics: a circuit board that identifies each beacon with an individual identification number, a Bluetooth antenna that broadcasts that number, and a pair of batteries. Their implementation at the Museum is part of Aruba Networks’ pilot program. The company recently debuted a similar system in the NFL’s newest venue, California’s Levi’s Stadium.
Since all these beacons broadcast their IDs on the same frequency and at the same “volume,” a phone that’s running the Explorer app will be able to pinpoint its user’s location in relation to nearby beacon signals. The app can then calculate the best route from its current position to the entrance to an exhibit, a particular diorama, or the nearest cafe or restroom.
These days, it’s very usual seeing a speaker which you can play from smartphone and laptop wirelessly. However, OM Audio’s OM/One is probably the product you’ve never seen, is the world’s first levitating bluetooth speaker. It leviates by electromagnetic, the speaker …(read more)
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Medialink USB Bluetooth Adapter – Version 4.0 (Newest Available) Class 2 Smart Ready Adapter with Low Energy Technology – Compatible with Windows 8 / Windows 7 / Windows Vista Medialink USB Bluetooth Adapter Allows a PC or laptop to wirelessly communicate with Bluetooth-enabled devices, like a Smartphone, tablet, keyboard, mouse, speaker, printer or headset. Share files, stream music, video chat,…