Bluetooth makeover bolsters security

Friday, 16 March 2007, 7:38 PM EST

The Bluetooth chip, which holds the dubious honor of being available in more devices than any other wireless technology but actually used by the least number of people, will get a much-needed upgrade later this year.

Embedded in over 1 billion devices from handhelds and cell phones to keyboards and mice, Bluetooth may be used by as little as 30 percent of those that have a device with the wireless capability, says Kevin Keating, senior marketing manager for the Bluetooth SIG (Special Interest Group).

At InfoWorld.

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