A young woman with brown hair in a business suit talks on her cell phone
using a Bluetooth headset. The headset frees up the user's hands,
so she can type at her computer, file papers, or do other tasks that
require the use of her hands.
Hearables are more than just smart Bluetooth headphones. Hearables have biometric, movement, or proximity sensors that can help the device gather context about the consumer's behavior and can provide real-time insights to consumers.
By Shourjya Sanyal, Contributor. Forbes. Monday, 26 Nov 2018 05:58:00 -0500.
The M18 hammer drill, drill driver and impact driver are all now available with Milwaukee’s One Key technology, which allows for Bluetooth control of tool features.
Engineering News-Record. Wednesday, 17 Oct 2018 11:26:00 -0400.