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a video showing a working model for an ass kicking device.
29 Feb 2008
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Future usage scenario with ultra low power Bluetooth technology such as controlling music with a watch, PC authentication with a watch and gaming sensors. The wireless revolution sweeping consumer electronics has manufacturers of devices that need long life from a small battery struggling to find a complementary wireless technology. Makers of sensors for sports, health and fitness are in this camp, while manufacturers of products like watches have never even considered going wireless because of the limited options available.
9 Feb 2009
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Bluetooth has finally found its way to medical devices as well (especially POC, Point-Of-Care). There are still lot of measurement devices out that just gives the measurement result to the device screen, no connections to outside world whatsoever. Minority of connectable devices uses Bluetooth, infrared or other wireless communication channel. However it seems that Bluetooth has got manufacturers' interest since new medical measurement devices with Bluetooth are coming. Even Bluetooth SIG has special medical devices working group. An elderly woman collecting data from a blood pressure device and an oxygen meter that are connected with ultra low power Bluetooth technology to a mobile phone. The data is collected and sent to the lady's health care center that immediately replies and sends back a status feedback.
11 Mar 2008
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A new processor for the ultra-mobile market is Intel’s latest move to revolutionize mobility computing, from UMPCs to mobile Internet devices and even notebooks and desktops (er, “netbooks” and “net-tops”). While Atom (née Silverthorne) received its brand-new brand name recently, the family of tiny processors, which relies on 45nm technology just like the Penryn line of Core 2 Duo processors, will debut in devices on display at IDF in Shanghai in early April. It’s no secret that China has come a long way in a short time — from being a country known for manufacturing cheap products for export to being, potentially, the next great IT superpower. National Science Board figures show that in 1994 there were only seven U.S. companies doing research in China. Ten years later, that number had risen to more than 500. Gartner analysts James Popkin and Partha Iyengar wrote, in their 2007 book I.T. and the East, that the world “will witness the birth of a real IT superpower if government restrictions are loosened and the Chinese instinctive talent for entrepreneurialism continues to be encouraged.” It’s against this backdrop that the Intel Developer Forum in Shanghai, April 2 and 3, 2008, takes on extra significance. China now supplies the talent, within the country, to conduct advanced research in chip design. At this year’s IDF in Shanghai, Intel will provide an update on new technologies and features that enable devices with better performance, less power, more mobility, and lower cost.
22 Mar 2008
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This is a tutorial that shows you how to install and ready a bluetooth device to use. Comment the video please. If you like this video then subscribe! ~Wartex8
26 Mar 2008
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Intel's Ultra Mobility team leader Anand Chadrasekher gets small on stage at the Intel Developer Forum in Shanghai on April 2, 2008. He shows new Intel Atom processors and the heart of new mobile Internet devices (MIDs) codenamed Moorestown.
4 Apr 2008
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A new processor for the ultra-mobile market is Intel’s latest move to revolutionize mobility computing, from UMPCs to mobile Internet devices and even notebooks and desktops (er, “netbooks” and “net-tops”). While Atom (née Silverthorne) received its brand-new brand name recently, the family of tiny processors, which relies on 45nm technology just like the Penryn line of Core 2 Duo processors, will debut in devices on display at IDF in Shanghai in early April. It’s no secret that China has come a long way in a short time — from being a country known for manufacturing cheap products for export to being, potentially, the next great IT superpower. National Science Board figures show that in 1994 there were only seven U.S. companies doing research in China. Ten years later, that number had risen to more than 500. Gartner analysts James Popkin and Partha Iyengar wrote, in their 2007 book I.T. and the East, that the world “will witness the birth of a real IT superpower if government restrictions are loosened and the Chinese instinctive talent for entrepreneurialism continues to be encouraged.” It’s against this backdrop that the Intel Developer Forum in Shanghai, April 2 and 3, 2008, takes on extra significance. China now supplies the talent, within the country, to conduct advanced research in chip design. At this year’s IDF in Shanghai, Intel will provide an update on new technologies and features that enable devices with better performance, less power, more mobility, and lower cost. If you’re not attending the event in person, be sure to follow online at Intel’s IDF pages and check in here for more video podcast coverage.
5 May 2008
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14 Apr 2008
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Plastic Devices es una marca de accesorios para reproductores mp3. Podrás compartir audio del reproductor con un estéreo convencional. Visita: *******plasticdevices.blogspot****
18 Apr 2008
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look at some very interesting gambling devices by: Real Hustle!
22 Jan 2009
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So cool sound device, isn't it?!!
27 Apr 2008
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The Demonstration of Zeno Acne Device. Get More Information About Zeno Acne Device At *******zenoacne-device.blogspot****
10 Aug 2008
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