Tag Archives: Bluetooth

Party & Sporty: Sony Targets The Young & Active With New Portable Audio

Sony officially announced a new splash-proof wireless in-ear bud with both active noise cancelation, along with a new series of behind-the-neck Bluetooth sport earphones and colorful portable Bluetooth/NFC speakers with flashing LED trim, all aimed squarely at the young and … Continue reading

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How Disruptive Will Bluetooth Mesh Be?

How Disruptive Will Bluetooth Mesh Be?

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Wireless Internet Infrastructure: Is it Ready for the Connected World?

We’re a long way from ubiquitous connectivity. In the quest to get there, the entire wireless connectivity ecosystem—both direct-to-the-net and device-to-device technologies—is in the midst of evolutionary, if not revolutionary, change. Read how here in this blog post at Digital … Continue reading

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Bose QuietControl 30 Hands On: Most Advanced In-Ear Phones Ever?

A preview of the new Bose QuietControl 30 Bluetooth/active noise canceling in-ear phones, coming in September, for a site called Gadget Review, which you can read here.

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What Is a Smart Door Lock—and Do You Need One?

This is a self-exclamatory piece I did on smart locks for Hometips.com.

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How To Wire Your House With Sound—Without Wires

Here’s a general overview of the varying wireless speaker system options available, composed for Homes.com.

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Top 5 Gadgets to Make Your Life Easier in 2016

For Quick & Dirty I composed a quick and dirty list of life-easing gadget, which you can read here.

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There’s a New Platform/Content Paradigm in Town

Every technology platform from the first one – Johannes Gutenberg’s printing press in the 15th century – has been fed by content. But this dominant platform-sustenance content food chain is beginning to mutate. I explore this evolution in the hardware/content co-dependency paradigm … Continue reading

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Headphones: Listen Up!

My broad “what’s the best headphone” roundup from Consumers Digest. Listen up and listen good, pilgrim.

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Hedy Lamarr

Hedy Lamarr (1914-2000) Co-inventor, frequency hopping/spread spectrum How one of the world’s most beautiful women and most popular film stars of Hollywood’s golden era came to co-invent the most important wireless communications security technology – frequency hopping – is a … Continue reading

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