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Bluetooth device checks for heart attacks

Bluetooth device checks for heart attacks

And phones the local hospital if you're about to have one. Indian boffins have developed a Bluetooth heart monitor that will send a text message to the nearest hospital if the wearer is about to have a heart attack.
Jul 18 2007 1:26PM
Bluetooth swallows up Nokia's Wibree

Bluetooth swallows up Nokia's Wibree

The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) trade association has merged with the Wibree Forum.
Jun 13 2007 5:40PM
Phone makers sued over Bluetooth patent

Phone makers sued over Bluetooth patent

University demands royalty payments for wireless technology.
Jan 8 2007 9:39AM
Motorola unveils in-car Bluetooth stereo system

Motorola unveils in-car Bluetooth stereo system

T605 offers digital music and phone calls through a car's sound system.
Nov 2 2006 10:07AM
Bluesnarfing brings Bluetooth blues

Bluesnarfing brings Bluetooth blues

Employees risk having confidential data accessed by hackers by leaving their Bluetooth-enabled mobiles and PDAs open to snooping, according to a new study.
Sep 27 2005 2:50PM
Plantronics signs Roadhound for its headsets

Plantronics signs Roadhound for its headsets

Headset-maker Plantronics has appointed wholesaler Roadhound Electronics as distributor for its mobile headsets in Australia.
Sep 14 2005 4:18PM
Bluetooth phones hacked from a mile away

Bluetooth phones hacked from a mile away

Bluetooth phones may be vulnerable to attack from up to a mile away by a new device that can pick up distant transmissions from enabled handsets.
Mar 14 2005 5:19PM
Phone worm code goes public

Phone worm code goes public

Source code for the most prevalent worm targeting mobile phones has been made public -- potentially encouraging worse attacks.

Dec 30 2004 8:41AM
Mobile phone worm takes over Bluetooth

Mobile phone worm takes over Bluetooth

An anti-virus firm has found a worm that spreads over mobile phone networks.
Jun 16 2004 1:34PM
Flaws confirmed in Bluetooth devices

Flaws confirmed in Bluetooth devices

Months after rumours circulated regarding possible flaws in some vendors' Bluetooth implementations, Nokia has confirmed that some of its mobile phones are indeed vulnerable to attack.
Feb 11 2004 5:22PM

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