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Bluetooth

A royalty-free technology that is a de facto standard in wireless telecom, which allows a wide range of appliances to eliminate cables and replace them with wireless low-frequency radio connections.
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Blue Casting system has been introduced by a British Company in which blue tooth devices are installed in a bill board which transmit message to every blue tooth mobile phone found around that billboard, in which they (mobile users) are requested to see their products advertisement.
Sam graces David with his latest unproduced masterpiece and, from there, the pic follows David, flummoxed about how to reconcile his belief that the script, cryptically entitled "The Blue Tooth Virgin," is absolute garbage, with the exigencies of friendship.
Pubs and businesses have been displaying posters, and housing the equipment necessary for blue tooth technology, which has been sending text messages to those travelling past the crime scene.
They can also take advantage of a 12-year warranty against rust-perforation plus get a Blue Tooth connection absolutely free.
New technology features on the Nissan Armada include Nissan Navigation and DVD entertainment system, intelligent key, rear-view camera, Bose audio, I-pod Connectivity and blue tooth.
Passers-by were sent messages on their mobile phones by blue tooth to demonstrate the dangers about the deliberately started fires which cause havoc in the Valleys every year.
Now you hear ridiculous statements such as 'Back in the day, people used blackberries without blue tooth.'"
The Nokia N810 is powered by maemo Linux-based OS2008, featuring a highly customisable user interface and contains Mozilla based browser with Ajax and Adobe flash 9, Blue tooth headset support, as well as enhanced ideo and audio features.
Another benefit, apart from the crucial fashion aspect, is that the hanger system uses a wireless connection that enables users to access heart monitoring equipment through a simple blue tooth network.
But now the consumer banking division of the financial giant HSBC is experimenting with installing bluetooth transmitters in their premises that will search out customers and passers-by that are carrying blue tooth enabled mobile phones.
Now this offspring of Syrah and Peloursin has been imprinted upon our minds and our palates through the "PS I Love You" campaign and the "Blue Tooth Tour," which employed restored classic rail cars to promote tastings.