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Where did the word bluetooth come from and why is it called bluetooth?
it was named after Harald a king who ruled in Denmark who was nicknamed blue-tooth .Bluetooth is a trademark used by the company
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Yes.it does come with bluetooth but with no drivers for it.i downloaded them with driver genius pro
Harald I of Denmark who had the nickname Blåtand, meaning blue-tooth (but it could also mean black-tooth, which to me sounds a lot more likely) was responsible for merging th…e different tribes of Denmark into a single kingdom. The Bluetooth standard was created to replace RS-232 (serial) cables, a widely used standard, and it was imagined that this would create a single unifying standard for ultra-short-range data transmission at a time when other standards such as wi-fi and wireless USB were also being developed. It was only partly successful in this, as the different wireless systems each have their own advantages and appropriate applications.
Yes, the iPad does have bluetooth built into it. You can turn the Bluetooth on in your settings and link it to another device.
Bluetooth technology is a wireless communication standard, not only for wireless headsets, but for many other applications in the short to medium range (1 to 100 meters). Wire…less stereo headsets and speakers using Bluetooth.Audio players and Portable Media Players (PMP).Wireless printers, scanners and multifunctional devices that use Bluetooth.Wireless keyboards, mice and video game controllers using Bluetooth.Mobile phones, desktops, laptops and ultra-portables. Virtually any electronic device, computer peripheral or accessory can be Bluetooth enabled. You can find more information on the link provided below. --- Bluetooth is an open wireless protocol for exchanging data over short distances from fixed and mobile devices, creating personal area networks (PANs). It was originally conceived as a wireless alternative to RS232 data cables. It can connect several devices, overcoming problems of synchronization.
Bluetooth is a wireless technology. Bluetooth Stereo basically means Wireless technology + Stereo = wireless stereo. :) Some Bluetooth headsets have stereo capability meaning …that you can play music on your phone / mp3 player, etc (the device must have bluetooth) and you can use a bluetooth stereo headset to listen to the music from your phone,etc.
Bluetooth is named "Bluetooth" after the Danish viking king, Harald Blåtand. Blåtand, translated to English, literally means Bluetooth. If you split the Bluetooth symbol in …two, there's a Runic inscription. It may look like a B with two lines out the back, but those lines out the back form the Runic letter H. The B is, of course, the Runic version of our present-day B. Hence, Harald Blåtand.
Created by telecoms vendor Ericsson in 1994, it was originally conceived as a wireless alternative to RS-232 data cables. It can connect several devices, overcoming problems o…f synchronization. Today Bluetooth is managed by theBluetooth Special Interest Group.hope this answer helps.
Bluetooth is a trademark. To use it a device must provide functionality corresponding to the bluetooth specification. As to why they picked that name, you would have to ask th…e people that developed the specification. Trademark names must be distinctive, this one sure is.
It is because, according to legend, King Harald loved to eat blueberries that stained his teeth... and so he was brought with byname "bluetooth". Moreover, Jim Kardach (who …developed the idea of intercommunicating mobile phones with personal computers) was currently fond of reading history legend novels about Denmark, Norway, and King Harald who was noted by Danish legend as the king who united the dissonant Danish tribes. Simply connect the dots... Bluetooth was born. (I . Thanks!) Yoe Derboy I love u much mah boy!
Your Bluetooth has many components including the earpiece, microphone and speaker. Since it is small and fragile, you have to be extremely careful about using your Bluetoo…th.
* A bluetooth is a device that allows easy connections with wireless phones and other devices. * Bluetooth is an industrial specification for wireless pers…onal area networks (PANs). Bluetooth provides a way to connect and exchange information ...
with bluetooth u can exchange files such as pics, videos, songs etc. most modern phones and computers have bluetooth which means u can exchange files from a phone to ano…ther phone or from a phone to a computer.
Haartsen and Mattisson (working at Erricson) created it in 1994 to try to replace cables.
The Bluetooth was created after the Redtooth Leader lost circulation to its teeth. The Redtooth population decided it needed to be the same as their leader, so they all also c…ut off circulation to their teeth. Over the course of hundreds of years, they eventually evolved to naturally have blue teeth. The few remaining that had red teeth were wiped out during Elvis's gassey years. We've now discovered that the blue-toothed Redteeth can be used to wirelessly transmit signals between their teeth. We've taken advantage of this by slaughtering them, attaching their teeth to phones, microphones, speakers, keyboards, etc. and we use those products without even thinking about the strange little creatures inside of them. _______________________________ The reason there is a Bluetooth but not a Redtooth is because after much deliberation, endless memos, and mindlessly boring meetings, the decision was made to find out whether the name Bluetooth was available for use on the type of product to be marketed. Available it was, and so Bluetooth came to be. They could've come up with Redtooth, or Dingy Dentures, or Unidentified Body Part, and maybe they did, but Bluetooth won the day. The frightening thing for all those involved in the process to find just the right trademark is that one day one of the ideas they discarded will be taken up by a competitor and become a household name, sweeping the global markets and creating a brand loyalty of such dazzling proportions as to make not only the brand famous beyond any marketer's wildest dreams, but to make the name of the person who invented the trademark a generic term for marketing brilliance. Wait for it: one day we might all be saying, wow, now there's a real Fred Schmidt of a campaign, or, hey, that's a real Schmidt of an idea... _______________________________
Bluetooth is a trademark for one specific wireless protocol, there are many others (e.g. WiFi, ZigBee, 6LoWPAN, 3G, 4G, RFID, LoRaWAN, DigiMesh). Trademarks are used to pr…otect a product where its details are made public but patent or copyright protection is not appropriate.