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Swatch chip arm qualifies Bluetooth LE chip

10/4/2011 10:36 AM EDT
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goafrit
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re: Swatch chip arm qualifies Bluetooth LE chip
goafrit   10/4/2011 3:24:06 PM
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Congratulations. This is a real growth area. Bluetooth will remain popular.

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elctrnx_lyf   10/4/2011 6:10:56 PM
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may be blue tooth will be used in all the tv remote controls in the future.

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Neo10   10/5/2011 4:21:56 AM
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Bluetooth has not seen much use in major consumer electronic devices except when it was introduced newly. I guess it will remain in these devices for some more time before it starts it's descent into oblivion. Zigbee or another will either replace this technology.

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re: Swatch chip arm qualifies Bluetooth LE chip
y_sasaki   10/5/2011 4:51:41 AM
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I hope new iPhone4S comes with BT4LE connectivity. Even though it has been more than a year passed since BT4LE spec was released, there are virtually no BT4LE End Products. Only products I know is latest MacBooks. I don't even know if there is BT4LE capable USB-Bluetooth dongle available.

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