“Steve Jobs in particular, and Apple in general, are often lauded for pioneering technologies such as Firewire and Rendezvous. But sometimes support for an emergent technology is just as important, and here Apple is surfing the crest of a wave. Microsoft’s support for Bluetooth in Windows has been erratic, and now trails Apple significantly,” writes Andrew Orlowski for The Register.
Orlowski continues, “It’s true that Bluetooth’s growth, after being announced in 1998, has been accompanied by hype and over-expectation. But very interesting uses are starting to emerge for the wireless technology.”
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