AsiaBizTech: IBM Japan Exhibits Watch-Type Linux Bluetooth Device in U.S.
Dec 06, 2000, 17:40 (0 Talkback[s])
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"IBM Japan Ltd. is giving demonstrations at the Bluetooth
Developers Conference in San Jose, California, from December 5-7,
highlighting uses for a watch-type device that communicates with a
notebook PC via Bluetooth technology."
"The firm had already unveiled the watch-type device, which runs
on the Linux operating system, in August 2000."
"The device's Bluetooth module can be found underneath the black
component on the right-hand side of the watch. ... The module is
controlled by the Linux Bluetooth driver (development code name:
BlueDrekar) developed by IBM Corp.'s IBM Thomas J. Watson Research
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