One of the important Android announcements made at Google’s recent developers conference was the upcoming support for Bluetooth Smart in the next version of Android. This means that the world of smart-devices and the “Internet of things” will arrive on an Android device near you soon. What smart-devices would you like to see and how would they interact with your Android device?
The Nexus 4 (LG-E960) received Bluetooth 4.0 certification, according to the Bluetooth SIG. Does this mean Android will support BLE in the near future?
Fitbit, the popular digital fitness products manufacturer, has two new wearable devices that make syncing your fitness information even easier by doing it wirelessly. One is available now, and one is coming soon.
The L8 SmartLight wireless notifies users of SMS, calls, social media updates, emails and other events. The LED lamp now includes support for accelerometer and ambient noise sensors. This means you can program the SmartLight to light up or display certain patterns and colors when it is triggered by movement or noise.
If the speed of the Wi-Fi 802.11n spec isn’t fast enough for you, you should celebrate the upcoming 802.11ac spec, which, according to Broadcom, promises speeds of up to 3x faster, with... 6x less power consumption for mobile devices. Whether you believe these claims or not, the fact that the 802.11ac spec will be a big improvement over 802.11n is a given.
Broadcom‘s BCM 433...
The Asus Transformer Pad Infinity TF700 ( by the way, I really hate these 5-word long names, as they are not only unnecessary but potentially harmful for sales) has showed up on Office Depot’s... online store as “in stock” for a $499.99 price.
Other retailers haven’t yet put the Pad Infinity for sale, so it’s possible this is just an error on Office Depot’s part, mea...