by Bogdan Petrovan, 1 day ago
New features in Bluetooth 4.1 will make the short-range wireless technology more flexible and better prepared to handle the demands of a new generation of mobile and wearable devices.
by Gary Sims, 6 months ago
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?
by Kristofer Wouk, 11 months ago
Back in October, we took a look at the Braven 625s portable Bluetooth speaker, and found it worthy of recommendation. If you’ve had your eye on the 625s but were waiting for something easier on the wallet, you might want to check out the Braven 570, which is about to go on sale via QVC.
by Joe Hindy, 1 year ago
The iGrill is an already popular item among iOS users. It uses Bluetooth enabled thermometers to monitor your food temperature. Then, it sends that information to the included monitor, and you can then view it on your smartphone. After a few years, the product has finally made its big Android debut.
by Bogdan Petrovan, 1 year ago
Bluetooth-enabled wireless speakers are increasingly popular, as more and more people come to appreciate the convenience and quality of these portable audio systems. Today, we bring you a video comparison between the Braven 625s and one of its direct competitors, the Jawbone Jambox.
by Kristofer Wouk, 1 year ago
After a successful Kickstarter campaign, Carbon Audio launched its Zooka Bluetooth speaker exclusively in Apple stores back in August. Now it’s going to be much easier to get your hands on one, because as of October 6, the Zooka is now available in Target stores nationwide.
by Nathan Snyder, 1 year ago
Gaming and Android have become good buddies lately. On tap this year, we have OUYA and XBMC. We’ve also seen the likes of Ringbow, DRONE and Gameklip. People like games, but they don’t always prefer to use the touch controls on their phone for hours on end. Thumb cramps anyone? This is the niche where the MOGA bluetooth controller sits nicely.