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Bluetooth

Bluetooth BlueBorne Hack

Hackers can steal data off your Android phone via Bluetooth

September 13th, 2017

As always with new security issues affecting mobile devices, it’s Android users who have to worry about the newly discovered Bluetooth hack. Windows and iOS phones are protected against it but only if you’ve installed the September 12th security patch on Windows or run iOS 9.3.5 or laters. A security patch is already rolling out …

Camping Gear Light

This smart camping lantern lights up to guide you home

May 11th, 2016

When you think of camping lanterns, you’re probably imagining some kind of gas-powered Coleman monstrosity your dad used to fire up on weekends. But this is 2016, and lanterns are battery-powered, charge your phone when needed, and will even power up when you get near to help you find your tent in the darkness. BioLite …

Passive Wi Fi Vs Bluetooth

This could be the technology that will finally replace Bluetooth

February 24th, 2016

Bluetooth has proven to be an incredibly useful innovation that has enabled wireless connections between devices over short distances with minimal power consumption. However, some engineers have been working on a new Wi-Fi technology that could also replace Bluetooth while consuming even less power.

Bluetooth Technology Upgrade 2016

Bluetooth technology is going to get a major upgrade in 2016

November 12th, 2015

One of the most widely used technologies on the planet is getting a major upgrade in the coming year. On Wednesday, the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) announced several enhancements to the technology that would increase its functionality with the Internet of Things (IoT) in 2016.