Bluetooth SIG Still Working On Next Version
Responding to media reports about the future of Bluetooth, the Bluetooth Special Interest Group today suggested that the next Bluetooth specification will not be version 2.2, but 3.0 instead. This update to Bluetooth, long in the works, will bring with it faster transfer speeds and faster time-to-connect speeds. The Bluetooth SIG hopes to have the next version ready by the middle of 2009.
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Google Home Speaker Now Bluetooth Compatible
Google updated its Google Home speaker with the ability to connect to Bluetooth devices. The search giant first announced the feature at its I/O developer conference earlier this year and has just now enabled the functionality.
Bluetooth 5 Released By Bluetooth SIG
The Bluetooth Special Interest Group has released the core Bluetooth 5 specification. Bluetooth 5 was first announced earlier this year and is now available in final form to technology companies.
Bluetooth SIG Provides More Details About Bluetooth 5
The Bluetooth Special Interest Group today announced Bluetooth 5, the next version of Bluetooth scheduled to launch late this year or early next year. The Bluetooth SIG says Bluetooth 5 quadruples the available range, doubles the speed, and improves data broadcasting capacity by 800%.