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Bluetooth LE Adapters Don't Enable Handoff In Yosemite On Older Macs
If your Mac doesn't support Bluetooth LE, you aren't going to get the full "Continuity" experience in OS X Yosemite.
| June 19
Calling All Foodies: New iOS-Compatible iGrill Accessories Are On This Year's Menu
The folks at iDevices have two more products on the menu for iDevice-owning foodies.
| January 3
Let Your Paper Airplane Really Take Flight With The PowerUp 3.0 Kickstarter
Using Bluetooth 4.0 technology, and the companion app, fliers can pilot their craft from up to 180 feet away.
| November 26
Apple Planning On Integrating iBeacon Technology Within Retail Stores
Apple's iBeacons are heading to Apple Retail Stores, according to a new report.
| November 17
Unlock Your Mac With An iPhone And The New Knock App
Taking advantage of Bluetooth 4.0 technology, the app doesn’t even need to be open for the feature to work.
| November 5
Vybe Offers A Different Take On Wearable Technology
Using Bluetooth 4.0, the bracelet is compatible with the iPhone 4S and up, and informs wearers of a message or phone call.
| October 30
Apple Launches iDevice-Powered 'Automatic Setup' Feature With Apple TV 6.0
Apple has launched a new, easier means of configuring Apple TVs in its recent Apple TV 6.0 software update.
| September 26
The Fitbit Flex Wristband Is Now Available To Purchase
Using low-energy Bluetooth 4.0 technology, the fitness wristband can also track the quality of your sleep.
| May 6
Automatic Turns Almost Any Car Into A Connected Vehicle
The hardware will work with virtually any car manufactured in the United States since 1996.
| March 12
Keep Your Wallet Safe With This Bluetooth-Powered Tracker And iOS App
Using Bluetooth 4.0 and a companion iOS app, the device can be used to keep tabs on your wallet or other valuable device.
| February 12
Mysterious 'Bluetooth Sharing' Feature Appears In iOS 6 Beta 4
Another new feature has launched in iOS 6 beta 4: "Bluetooth Sharing."
| August 7
Product Review: The Blue HR Heart Rate Strap Shows Power Of Bluetooth 4.0
The Blue HR Heart Rate Strap does a great job of showcasing how Bluetooth 4.0 technology can be used.
| July 27
Apple Approves CardioMapper - A Bluetooth 4.0 Heart Rate Monitor
Apple has recently approved a Bluetooth 4.0 heart rate monitor application called CardioMapper. The app, which is available to download for $1.99, provides "full real time and post exercise analysis," allowing users to track their burned calories using the iPhone's GPS.
| December 20
Find My Car Smart Uses Low Energy Bluetooth To Help You Find Your Vehicle
Find My Car Smart is a Kickstarter campaign that takes full advantage of the iPhone 4S handset's Bluetooth 4.0 capabilities.
| December 17
iPhone 4S To Pack Bluetooth 4.0 - Here Is What It Is All About
Another tidbit from yesterday's iPhone 4S announcement is that the next generation iPhone comes with the new and improved Bluetooth 4.0 standard. You might not care much about Bluetooth right now, but it's bigger than you think if used properly.
| October 5
What Bluetooth 4.0 Means To iOS (Hint: A Lot!)
As you might have noticed Apple has included a brand new version of the Bluetooth standard in its recently released MacBook Airs. Labeled Bluetooth 4.0, this new version of the short distance wireless protocol allows for some incredible new tricks, which Apple will, without a doubt, take advantage of in its upcoming iDevices. Furthermore, it might also signify the early death of NFC.
| July 25