Old bits, old bits!! No kudos for you!
> As you might expect from "Spread Spectrum News", they absolutely *love*
> Bluetooth. The article also notes that other companies have signed on to
> develop Bluetooth applications, companies like Motorola, Qualcomm, 3COM
> Palm, VLSI and Lucent. Hmm, sounds like it has pretty strong support.
Yeah, but unfortunately they're not looking to take anybody else on the
project. They're only actively seeking "adopters". 8-( Gee, you'd
think they'd welcome a JVM on board, but noooooo ...
I take it - by Rohit's comment - that Intel's taking the lead on much of
this, though I also know Siemens is playing a large role. Anybody know
any more? How about contact info other than the canned ones you get in
response to enquiries to the email addresses on their web site?
> So, the question in my mind is whether this Bluetooth technology can be
> adapted to create multiple simultaneous one-way connections between
> Bluetooth devices, and hence act as a testbed for Munchins ideas.
And speaking of Palm, the founders are leaving.
-- Mark Baker, CTO, Beduin Communications Corp. Ottawa, CANADA http://www.beduin.com