bami schrijft: "Het draadloos geweld barst los. Motorola begint met leveren van bluetooth wireless devices aan de notebook makers." Begint er wat schot te komen in echt bestaande devices met bluetooth-technologie.
Schaumburg, Ill.-based Motorola introduced two accessories, an internal PC card and an external Universal Serial Bus (USB) device, based upon Bluetooth, a low-power wireless technology designed to easily connect handheld computers, mobile phones and other devices to the Internet and one another.
Motorola's two new PC devices will allow handheld computers, such as the Palm line of organizers, to exchange data with desktop PCs without being connected via the standard cradle-and-wire system most consumers use today.
At a major Bluetooth convention in Monte Carlo, Monaco, Motorola also announced a Bluetooth-based wireless car-phone kit designed to free drivers from holding the handset or tangling with wired earpieces. The company also said it plans to work to develop the technology with major PC makers IBM and Toshiba, two of the early backers of the Bluetooth Special Interest Group, an organization charged with testing and administering the wireless standard.