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Wireless World: Wireless Bluetooth
18 Oct 2004
Great story about bluetooth technology.
By Gene J. Koprowski
Published 10/15/2004 10:38 AM
CHICAGO, Oct. 15 (UPI) -- Joseph LaSala uses a Bluetooth-enabled, Sony Ericsson T610 mobile phone on the T-Mobile network to control his Mac Powerbook -- remotely. The wireless technology transforms LaSala's phone into a remote-control clicker. "It even pauses my music if the phone rings or if I leave the room," LaSala, who works in New York City, told UPI's Wireless World. After several years of dramatic industry publicity, Bluetooth applications at last are arriving, in a big way. The technology creates short-range wireless connections between mobile phones and other electronic devices, and it promises to transform the way consumers interact with their computers, home appliances, and even their office equipment, experts told Wireless World."This technology has been hyped since 2001 and it has been a roller-coaster ride," said Rob Bernstein, features editor of Sync Magazine, a new publication launched by Ziff Davis, the computer industry publisher in New York City. "But it's finally reaching its maturity, which is exciting."By the end of the year, Bernstein said, every major mobile-phone provider, from Verizon Wireless to Cingular Wireless, Nextel, Sprint AT&T Wireless and T-Mobile, will have Bluetooth options for their phones.E-mail sciencemail (at)
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Good for a clueless Emperor
18 Oct 2004
Here's another photo showing a "box-like" bulge
on the Emperor's back, this time from two years
ago, when he's wearing a T-shirt(!)

A photo gallery of the infamous "bulge" on the
Emperor's back.

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