Tag Archive: Bluetooth


The Tile is a tiny plastic widget that never gets lost. In theory anyway. It talks to your iPhone via low-power Bluetooth and lets you track the Tile itself, and anything the Tile is attached to. I’ve been using one… Read more ›

Who wouldn’t want to be able to listen to their favorite tunes while in the shower? The only reason we don’t already do this is because electronic devices typically don’t work well when they get soaking wet. Well, now Cult… Read more ›

Who wouldn’t want to be able to listen to their favorite tunes while in the shower? The only reason we don’t already do this is because electronic devices typically don’t work well when they get soaking wet. Well, now Cult… Read more ›

Many Mac users choose to put their computers to sleep when they’re not in use, and unless Macs are scheduled to wake at a specific time, the computer should stay asleep until it has been manually awoken by user input, like a key press or mouse click. Should of course is the operative word here, … Read More

Having a day out or a night in with friends who all want to DJ a song or two? The magnificent new Nyne Bass pairs with mobile devices faster than you can say NFC-Bluetooth and lets everyone share their songs… Read more ›

Ever needed to remotely check the battery level of a Bluetooth keyboard connected to a Mac? Or maybe you’re just a heavy Terminal user and wanted to see the current battery life of a wireless keyboard without having to leave the command line? You can do that easily through the Terminal of either a remote … Read More

Everyone is always looking for a way to be more productive. The Invisible Bluetooth Headset frees up your hands so you can start multitasking without a hitch. The Invisible Bluetooth Headset is super lightweight and fits comfortably in your ear.… Read more ›

Cult of Mac Deals prides itself on delivering the best value in both quality products and top-notch resources that will help you take your skills to new heights. The offer we present to you today is no exception. We’ve put… Read more ›

The first impression upon seeing Satechi’s new GoRemote Bluetooth remote-controller for the iPhone is oh man, that’s really freaking cool! Followed rapidly by wait, what am I going to do with this thing again? There are enough ingredients baked into the GoRemote to… Read more ›

Wahoo’s first heart-rate sensor was of the pedestrian ANT+ variety, and connected to the iPhone through a 30-pin ANT+ dongle. Around a year later, the Atlanta-based outfit introduced the first heart-rate sensor that connected to a smartphone through Bluetooth; specifically and only… Read more ›