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Bluetooth Games All in one

*** Bluetooth Auto Connect. Auto connect to all devices. *** A solution to your Bluetooth connection problems. It automatically tries...

1 day ago By le trong hau

Review: Jawbone 2 bluetooth headset

Back in June 2007 I reviewed the original Jawbone bluetooth headset and despite its drawbacks I found it to be the standard by which I judge all other BT headsets. Its military grade noise cancellation is second to none and of dozens of Bluetooth headsets that I've used over the years everything else pales in comparison to Jawbone.

July 18, 2008 by

First look: Jabra BT5020 Bluetooth headset

I've been using a new Jabra BT5020 Bluetooth headset for the past few days and despite the short period of time I've had to use this device I am already a huge fan. Jabra claims ten hours of talk time and 300 hours of standby time and, while I'm unable to as yet verify the latter, I can attest to the fact that former number is no exaggeration. I've been able to use the device for four days (about eight and a half hours of talking so far) and it still has juice to spare!

July 16, 2007 by

Mandarin Square

*** Bluetooth Auto Connect. Auto connect to all devices. *** A solution to your Bluetooth connection problems. It automatically tries...

February 3, 2015 By le trong hau

MoGo Mouse BT

This handy Bluetooth mouse lives and recharges in your notebook's PC Card slot when not in use. However, its performance is erratic at times and it's also somewhat expensive.

February 20, 2007 by

BT Talkie v1.0

BT-Bluetooth..You can share images,musics,etc..using bluetooth through the deivice but what you cant is a simple text.What if you dont...

December 27, 2014 By V.S.Ramkishore

Asus MyPal A620BT

With the MyPal A620BT, Asus has managed to pack more features – notably Bluetooth connectivity – into the same form factor as its predecessor, while boosting the battery life.

March 29, 2004 by

BT Click gets the all clear... for now

The Internet Service Providers Association (ISPA) has expressed its disappointment following a meeting with Oftel regarding BT's controversial Click Internet service. Click will remain untouched when it launches next month despite complaints to the watchdog from ISPs and the industry body.

September 9, 1998 by

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