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Wireless Utopia

The journey towards a free wireless world.

Bluetooth Blues

Thursday, March 02, 2006

I am not a very heavy user of BlueTooth. I used it only once when I had to transfer pics from mine to my friends phone and I found it clumsy. First you have to enable it, then type in a code then send the data. The guy on the other hand will get a notification, type in the same code and then will get the pic. After that you are supposed to turn it off. I forgot that. And I got several notification of pics received. The first time it happened, I got excited, hoping that maybe its a good pic. And then I realised, that could be a virus as well!

Now I get to know that there is something called BlueJack as well. Not surprising.

Tags: BlueTooth Wireless Mobile Phones BlueJack
posted by Rajiv, 1:08 AM


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