David Hurwitz, founder and CEO of Innervoice Innovations, is marketing the BluBed Bluetooth in-ear-headset holster to capitalize on an opportunity that he says has been “left in the wake” of the wearables wave.
After a more-than-one-year hiatus, CTIA returned to the trade-show scene at Super Mobility Week in Las Vegas in September. It jettisoned its Spring Wireless Show and its Fall MobileCon shows, merged them into one CTIA Show, and also convened various other conferences and shows to co-locate with it at the Sands Expo and Convention Center. Among the other events listed under the Super Mobility Week umbrella was the Competitive Carriers Association’s (CCA) confab that met concurrently down the Strip at the Cosmopolitan.
D&H Distributing will hold its New England Technology Show August 12 in Quincy, Mass. The event will feature more than 60 vendors, and 500 attendees are expected.
Bluetooth stereo is stuck. It's appalling. You'd think that the idea of getting rid of twisting, strangling, knotting headphone cables would be a no-brainer. I can't count how many people I've seen nearly garroted by their headphone cords on the New York City subway. But while Bluetooth successfully put paid to the wired voice headset, for music it just can't close the deal.
The technology has two main problems: battery life and audio quality.
Battery life is the stickier one. I'm not actually thinking about battery life on the headphones.
We've talked people's ears off--colleagues, relatives, friends, and even strangers around town (to make reservations, for instance)--all for a good cause. We wanted to find the best Bluetooth headsets and car units in the land. Equipped with Bluetooth-enabled cell phones, we tested three product types: monaural (or "mono") headsets, which typically sport a single base unit that you place in one ear; stereo headsets, which come packaged as a pair of earbuds or headphones that you wear on both ears for music and calls; and speakerphones for your car
D&H Distributing will host its Mid-Atlantic Fall 2011 Technology Show November 2 at the Hershey Lodge and Convention Center in Hershey, Pa., the company said.
The Plantronics K100 in-car speakerphone does very well in terms of ease of setup, the audio loudness and clarity on offer and the simplicity of operation. If you do have to speak on the phone while driving, this is the gadget to buy, and keep both hands on the wheel at the same time. It’s not very inexpensive to buy, but then again, how do you put a price on road safety? Pros Good performance Easy to setup and use Cons Pricey While it is not a great idea to speak on the phone while driving, but if you