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Thu 27 Feb 2003

Bluetooth

Category : Technology

Saw a couple of postings in Mean about using a T68i to control presentations on a Bluetooth-enabled Mac. That's why I monitor the discussions at Mean. It often throws up gems like these. The value is in knowing what had worked for others within the local setting - in our case, Singapore. There are people on the bleeding edge at Mean.

Digging deeper, I found this link from MacSurfer to TechnoHappyMeal - "OK, I admit it... I'm a Bluetooth junkie". It's a useful, concise survey of the current state of the art. Includes the link to the cool Sony Ericsson Clicker app referred to above. A killer app? Makes you want to buy both a T68i and the latest 12 inch PowerBook right away.

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