Wireless Bluetooth Speaker,Portable Mini Speaker Manufacturer factory wholesale

Bluetooth is the go-to option for anyone looking for a (usually) cheap and easy wireless speaker. Bluetooth speakers are ideal for households that aren’t strictly Apple-centric, since they work with all nearly all smartphones (Android, Windows Phone, BlackBerry) and many Android tablets, as well as all iPhones, iPads, and all iPod Touch models (except for the first-gen Touch).

The only real downside is that audio fidelity is often a step down from the non-Bluetooth options like AirPlay speakers — but a lot of people can’t hear the difference, and the quality is generally much better than Bluetooth audio devices sounded just a couple of years ago. Note that many (but not all) Bluetooth speakers are designed with rechargeable batteries, so they can be moved from room to room with ease. Travel models are even smaller, and often include speakerphone functionality as well. We’ve included the best of all such models below.


Vertu Constellation: The $6000 Phone

At over $800, the newest iPhone and Samsung Galaxy smartphones are among the priciest you can buy (at least in the mainstream). But as Crocodile Dundee might say, “that’s not expensive – *this* is expensive.” I spent a day with the 2017 model of the Vertu Constellation: leather-and-metal smartphone with a button made of ruby, a screen made of sapphire, and pretty good taste in steakhouses. (And all that for just $6000!) Join me for the MrMobile hands-on of the Vertu Constellation 2017.




MrMobile’s Vertu Constellation 2017 Hands On was produced following six hours with a Vertu Constellation 2017 review device on loan from Vertu. The device was not extensively tested by MrMobile; for full analysis, see the Android Central Vertu Constellation review at the link below.


Vertu Constellation 2017 [Manufacturer’s Site]:

Vertu Constellation Review 2017 [Android Central]:

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How your smartphone is made – A look inside a phone factory in India

Many smartphone companies of the world are manufacturing their smartphone models in India. This video takes you inside one such factory. The assembly line readies over 10,000 smartphones in a day, and the process includes comprehensive tests that take around as much time as that of assembling the phone.

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A-Sure Bluetooth wireless speaker from ebay china. Review

Quick review of a Asure Bluetooth wireless cordless rechargeable portable speaker from china ebay. Comes with 3.5mm jack plug for other MP3 devices and has a removable battery.


Jiffi – hands-free mobile ticketing & validation for mass transit

Jiffi is a cutting-edge ticketing & validation technology that uses Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) beacons & micro-location technology to detect, when smartphone-equipped passengers enter and exit the public transit vehicle. It improves the ticketing experience substantially – you just travel, Jiffi app handles payment. And transport operators finally get clear data, where passengers actually travel to.


Britain’s Gatwick Airport presently has 2,000 beacons for indoor navigation

Complicated indoor environments for example, airports and departmental stores is usually a headache to find your way around. And although Google is seeking mobile phones with 3D detectors as one prospective fix for places GPS won’t correctly reach, another approach is to kit out an interior with a whole lot of Bluetooth beacons – giving cell phone users located-locked pings to fix onto to discover where they’re.

The UK’s 2nd busiest air-port, Gatwick airport, has chosen the 2nd solution to power an indoor navigation system it’s launching as part of a wider, multi-year transformation program.

It’s currently completed providing its two terminals with roughly 2 Thousand battery-powered beacons to ensure that digital map users will get a more precise blue dot as they walk around. The beacon system will also be used to power an augmented reality wayfinding tool – to make sure mobile users will be able to be guided to particular locations in the terminals with on-screen arrows. The beacon system is planned as supporting positioning with +/-3m precision.

Gatwick is about to integrate indoor positioning into some of its applications, and says it’s in discussions with airlines to make use of it for their own applications and services – giving example of them having the ability to send push notifications to inform individuals if they’re running late, or even settle on whether or not to wait or offload luggage so a plane can take off promptly.

Merchants and other third parties will also be able to use the system for proximity detection of potential shoppers and delivery marketing messages – at least to those who have signed up to receive them.

Gatwick says it certainly won’t be accumulating any private data via the beacons but says “generic information on ‘people densities’ in different beacon zones” will be used to help improve airport operations – similar to queue measurement, streamlining passenger flows and cutting down blockage.

The airport has worked with UK new venture Pointr on the system. And also developing software and managing the system on an ongoing basis, Pointr offers an SDK with support for 3D AR wayfinding to enable third parties to take advantage of the functionality.

Dependent upon https://techcrunch.com/2017/05/25/gatwick-airport-now-has-2000-beacons-for-indoor-navigation/