Connectivity that makes our lives more comfortable has been the aim of all new developments in the field of modern electronics. While a number of different technologies have been developed for protocols that allow communication between devices, the one that has proven itself to be versatile and extremely user-friendly has been Bluetooth.
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Yes, the number of Bluetooth enabled gadgets is multiplying every day. From a device as tiny as a watch to something as massive as a TV, almost everything nowadays has Bluetooth built into it. The concept of connectivity through Bluetooth has been explored in hitherto unimaginable ways. You can pick a phone call from your watch, stream an iPod file through your car audio, surf the internet on your laptop with the GPRS connectivity of your phone, connect your PC and TV through your keyboard, all without wires and the list also goes on.
The year 2008 marks the technology's 10th anniversary - and Bluetooth has emerged stronger as the only wireless technology that has grown to a point where nearly two billion products have been shipped in a decade. A group of organisations who were interested in Bluetooth technology started a Special Interest Group (SIG) in September 1998. What started as a five member group is today adding its 11,000th member!
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