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Bluetooth Review

You hear people talking about the greatness of Bluetooth, you see people walking while chatting on their Bluetooth wireless headsets… But have you ever wondered how exactly does the Bluetooth technology work? Or what it means when you have a PC or a handheld device that comes with a built-in Bluetooth?

If questions like these have crossed your mind, then you're on the right page. Find out everything you every wanted to know about Bluetooth technology by reading our concise and informative articles.

You'll find information on what Bluetooth can do for you to what features it comes with to the FAQ about Bluetooth . As well as, find out how to set up Bluetooth on your devices and computer.

Also read up on the different security modes that Bluetooth devices come with. And find out some of the problems you may run into while using your Bluetooth equipped gadgets.

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