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Will Low-Power Wibree Spec Replace Bluetooth? - PC Magazine
Playfuls.comWill Low-Power Wibree Spec Replace Bluetooth?
PC Magazine - 7 hours ago
By Mark Hachman. The new "Wibree" specification may end up being adopted as essentially a low-power version of the Bluetooth specification, to be used in conventional mobile phones as well as emerging wireless markets, such as watches.
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