Bluetooth

Pure Evoke D4, D2 radios arrive with Bluetooth onboard

Pure Evoke D4, D2 radios arrive with Bluetooth onboard

With Bluetooth connectivity in tow, Pure’s newest round of fashionable tabletop radios brings a classic sort of look to match with current-generation wireless technology. You’ll find two new base models appearing this week, one called the Evoke D2 with Bluetooth, the other called Evoke D4 - the latter coming in Bluetooth and non-Bluetooth iterations. These machines are being released individually, but they’re able to be matched up with one another with identical colors and complimentary industrial design.

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Skullcandy Air Raid Bluetooth speaker launched with rugged weatherproof design

Skullcandy Air Raid Bluetooth speaker launched with rugged weatherproof design

Skullcandy, purveyor of all things audio related, has announced a new Bluetooth speaker addition to its portable audio lineup: the Skullcandy Air Raid. With the Air Rand comes Bluetooth connectivity and support for several audio devices at once, along with a design promised to be "built like a tank," able to withstand spilled drinks, drops onto a hard surface, rain, and more. The speaker is available now from Skullcandy.

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PS4 DualShock 4 compatibility testing hands-on: Steam to Android

PS4 DualShock 4 compatibility testing hands-on: Steam to Android

Just weeks before the release of the PlayStation 4 we're taking the time to dive in with the most important piece of equipment outside the console itself: the DualShock 4. This handheld wireless (or wired) device is made by Sony itself, returning to the market to re-claim the throne as the highest-quality controller on the planet. What we're doing this week is testing the device as it functions outside of the PlayStation 4 gaming console itself.

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Knock turns iPhone into a Bluetooth LE key for your Mac

Knock turns iPhone into a Bluetooth LE key for your Mac

Apple has high hopes for Bluetooth LE, planning to use it to oust NFC for mobile payments among other things, but meanwhile apps like Knock are using it for easy authentication when you get near your Mac. Released today for iPhone, Knock turns the iOS smartphone into a physical password for a Mac computer: when you get near to your desk, you tap on the phone twice - even if it's in your pocket - and it shuttles you past the login screen.

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Oregon Scientific SSmart Dynamo monitors activity and sleep

Oregon Scientific SSmart Dynamo monitors activity and sleep

Oregon Scientific is the latest company to step into the wearable activity monitor segment. The activity monitoring wearable electronics category is constantly growing with products from a number of manufacturers, including Nike with its Nike+ FuelBand offerings and many others. A new fitness band is now available from a company called Oregon Scientific called the SSmart Dynamo activity band.

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Motorola teams with SOL Tracks Air headphones for dual-device connection

Motorola teams with SOL Tracks Air headphones for dual-device connection

This week Motorola has announced that they're teaming up with SOL Republic for a pair of bluetooth headphones by the name of SOL Tracks Air. What you've got here is a pair of headphones that's able to concurrently connect to two different devices at once. In other words - if you've been worried about receiving a phone call while you've had your Bluetooth headphones attached to your gaming PC in the past, you're not alone.

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