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Bluetooth. Listening to Bluetooth (or at least trying to) By Dori Smith, coauthor of Mac OS X Unwired 03/02/2004 I once read a review of a bug zapper -- a product that killed flying insects.

Listening to Bluetooth (or at least trying to)

The reviewer concluded that once you took into account the product's pros and cons, your best value for the dollar was to buy one and then give it to your next-door neighbor. You ended up with most of the pros and none of the cons. Using iChat AV with a Bluetooth-enabled headset has a lot in common with that product, including the way that both of them leave you complaining about bugs.

What you'll need (hardware): A Mac running OS X 10.3.2 A Bluetooth module, either internal (all supported) or external (only some supported) A Bluetooth-enabled headset, such as the Jabra BT200 What you'll need (software): Bluetooth Firmware Updater 1.0.2 Bluetooth Software 1.5 iChat AV 2.1 beta I've been pairing the Jabra BT200 headset with my Sony Ericsson phone for months now and found it to be very handy.

What You'd Expect The Installation Process Getting Started. - The Official Bluetooth Membership Site. Shmoo: Bluetooth Security. DEF CON Media Archives. Bluefish.