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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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All About Bluetooth Actually, Bluetooth is a new type of network connection standard that allows you to transfer files, or etc. In this case, Bluetooth allows yo…u to wirelessly connect your phone to a Bluetooth enabled earpiece so you can take and make calls handsfree. It's not the earpiece. It's the wireless connection that allows you to use the earpiece. The name bluetooth originates from the Danish king Harald "Bluetooth" Blaatand who unified Denmark and Norway- like connecting them. Today, it's a very popular, aww inspirational invention. You've probably heard of people sharing ringtones, music, or pictures between other's cell phones, computers, or even newer iPod's- this can be done with Bluetooth, the newest connection in networking.
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.
All you have to do is purchase a computer that is satellite ready, and bluetooth enabled. You can then use your existing celluar phone bluetooth via your computer.
It's a mouse with a small radio transmitter in it. That way it doesn't need a cable to communicate with the computer.
Bluetooth was developed in 1994 by Sven Mattisson and Jaap Haartsen, who were working for Ericsson Mobile Platforms in Lund, Sweden.
that depends on the computer check the system hardware specs you can do this by looking at the manual or going online to the computers manufacture
It's about 720 Kb/s -that's bits, not bytes. By contrast a serial port will top out at 115 Kb/s and USB is 12 Mb/s.
A specification for short-range radio links between mobile computers, mobile phones, digital cameras, and other portable devices.
No, but it does have wi-fi so you can browse the internet and download games.
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Bluetooth has a number of Benefits. It allows file transfer between two people (mobiles) such as music, photos etc. relativley quickly. Bluetooth works to connect your phone t…o another electronic device so can be used to connect the phone to wireless headphones, wireless bluetooth headsets (handsfree). It can be used to connect a phone to a stereo system and play music from the phone through the system. It can also be used to connect to a computer and share information this way. In general Blue tooth is extremly benaficial tool to have on a mobile phone. hope this helps (:
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.
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 d…eveloped 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 hope it helps. Thanks!) Yoe Derboy I love u much mah boy!
Bluetooth will allow the use of wireless headsets as well a handy and quick way to share information between cellular phones that doesn't use data service.
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.