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Bluetooth SIG Attempts To Bridge Websites, Phones

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Oct 13, 2006, 3:05 PM   by (staff)

The Bluetooth SIG has announced a new application called TransSend that would allow users to send content from their PC browser to a mobile phone with one click. Using TransSend, website developers can add functionality to send contact information, reservations, URLs, text and pictures to a phone. The data is sent from any Bluetooth enabled computer to a compatible phone as standard OBEX type files like vCard, vCal, and phone compatible images using the Object Push Profile. Phones must have an open OBEX profile in order to receive all types of data, however many phones sold in the US limit the types of files can be received. Currently TransSend is only compatible with Internet Explorer (5.5 and higher). The Bluetooth SIG is investigating compatibility with additional operating systems and browsers.

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wnrussell

Oct 15, 2006, 1:06 PM

Verizon will hate this

Vote for the new bill, coming out right after the elections:

http://www.canyouhearusnow.net/Wireless%20Telecommun ... »
if that passes America will be in a whole new realm of delicious cell phoneage. too bad we still won't be able to use japanese phones. Crying or Very sad
atlana

Oct 15, 2006, 1:36 PM

Old Hat, "QR CODES" are much better and simpler

Hate to break it to them, but that type of msg-/data-push is an old Hat. As usually in the mobile-comm field, the Japanese are ahead of us again. It's called QR CODE. it's a 2D-barcode, that any cam-phone can read technically.

Just point you cellular to the 2D-code, take a snapshot, and you've the data loaded in your phone. Works off any PC-monitor, TV-screen, paper-magazine or bill-boards even and can contain a vast array of information/data

details see here
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/QR_Code »

so why needing something thats technologically is more cumbersome ?

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well, i personally think that both technologies could have their uses. the obvious advantage of having a bar code is that it could be displayed non-electronically, and it could be really inexpensive to operate.

the problem, though, is that we are ...
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ArmySF

Oct 13, 2006, 3:44 PM

ARRRRRRRRRGH!

I guess it safe to say this is another thing I will get screwed out of being a verizon customer? Evil or Very Mad
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pretty much dude
SprintPCSGuy

Oct 13, 2006, 6:20 PM

IE only? No Firefox? MOBILE SPYWARE IS COMING!

Say hello to automatic BT scripts that send adware to your phone. Think about it... websites already use Internet Explorer to put adware onto your PC. What's to stop them from changing your phone's wallpaper to an animated gif that advertises something. Add porn sites to your contacts? This possibilities are unlimited! Hell... about change phone numbers in your contacts to certain US SHORTCODES that charge $1 per day to your wireless bill!
SprintPCSGuy said:
Add porn sites to your contacts?



Confused And the problem with that is????.............
 
 
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