Broadcom: We're First With Bluetooth 3.0+HS
Today, Broadcom announced that it achieved Bluetooth Qualification Board qualification for a new combo chip that includes Bluetooth 3.0+HS, Wi-Fi and an FM radio. The chip, called BCM4325, also has support for the Enhanced Power Control feature of Bluetooth 3.0+HS to reduce power consumption. Broadcom didn't specify when the chip would sample or be available in bulk to device manufacturers. The Bluetooth SIG said it doesn't expect to see Bluetooth 3.0+HS in end-user devices before the end of 2009.
Broadcom Talks Up Power Efficient Smartwatch Chip
Broadcom today announced a new platform for Android Wear smartwatches that promises to deliver major gains in battery life. The Broadcom wearable system-on-a-chip includes a quad-core Cortex A7 application processor and 2G/3G modem support.
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 4.2 Spec Targets Internet of Things
The Bluetooth Special Interest Group today introduced Bluetooth 4.2, an updated specification that means to connect more devices and things to the internet. Bluetooth 4.2 supports IPv6 and 6LoWPAN, which allows Bluetooth Smart devices to connect directly to the internet through a router, rather than requiring an in-between device such as a tablet or smartphone.
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%.
Qualcomm Whispers About Active Noise Cancellation Chip
Qualcomm today said its latest Bluetooth audio system-on-a-chip is able to provide active noise cancellation for wireless headphones. The CSR8765 makes it possible for Bluetooth headphone designers to drop separate, dedicated active noise cancellation chips from their headsets and instead add the feature via the Bluetooth radio itself.
don't care till its out
It's just childish and unnecessary...cuz really, who cares?
y bother to manufacture, just sue it!
waiting for others to manufactured it, then sue them? like the Qualcomm 3G chips.*
*just a thought, my opinion