Linux gets Bluetoothed

Bluetooth -- the short-wave radio technology designed to replace cables -- is just beginning to trickle onto the market in Europe, but at the LinuxWorld show in New York a number of vendors are showing off wireless new hardware running the Linux operating system. Full story.

Bluetooth -- the short-wave radio technology designed to replace cables -- is just beginning to trickle onto the market in Europe, but at the LinuxWorld show in New York a number of vendors are showing off wireless new hardware running the Linux operating system. Full story. --Will Knight, ZDNetUK

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