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Record your cell phone calls with Mynah Bluetooth device

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he Mynah Bluetooth cell phone recorder could prove very useful for people who need to, well, record their phone calls. Im no legal expert, but I understand that it is generally allowed for you to record your phone calls, so long as both parties involved are aware that the call is being recorded. Some jurisdictions only need one party to consent, meaning you could record any call you choose. With that in mind, the Mynah sounds like the most convenient way to do it.

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Six new Jabra headsets, all with Lync and touchscreens

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Feel like stretching out that corporate expense account with a few new toys? It looks like Jabra has gone headset crazy, announcing no fewer than six brand new headsets this week. The kicker is that they all come paired with their own little touchscreen displays and they all play nice with Microsoft Lync.

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Giving your heart its very own IP address

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Wireless technology often looked upon as a means for communication and resourcefulness, can also mean the difference between life and death for some people. Take cardiac patients for example, many have an implanted defibrillator that is designed to give an automatic "shock" every time their heart rate takes a spike.

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Get tougher with BlueAnt T1 rugged Bluetooth headset

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We've seen more than our fair share of rugged cell phones. We've also seen all sorts of rugged notebooks, PDAs, and other handheld electronics. What if you want to keep your hands free when you're using these rough and tough gadgets? BlueAnt has the ticket, it seems, because they're issuing a rugged Bluetooth headset. What you see here is the new BlueAnt T1. It may look like any number of other Bluetooth headsets with its earloop and plain black appearance, but this is supposed to be one of the toughest headsets on the market today. Solid Snake would approve.

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SafeCell app uses Bluetooth to make in-flight passenger communications cheap

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Making a phone call on any international or domestic flight is going to cost you a pretty penny, some airlines in Europe, Asia and the Middle East offer GSM Picocell connections for in-flight calling, others like Lufthansa use a SkyPhone service. Regardless of how a the call is made it's going to cost you about $10 a minute. A company called ASiQ, based in Melbourne Australia has announced a new SafeCell App in conjunction with a Bluetooth access point for airlines to offer passengers affordable SMS, MMS, voice messaging and text email from their mobile phones.

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Google Nexus One desktop dock arrives

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Put the rumors to rest. Google announced a custom designed Nexus One Desktop Dock. A sleek design to slip your Nexus into, immediately activating the Clock app giving quick access to your alarm setting, local weather, photos, and music. There's even a dim option for night use.

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BlueAnt Stereo F4 Interphone Motorcycle Kit Does BT

People who ride around on four wheels have the opportunity to use a series of different Bluetooth car kits. They can use a headset, speakerphone, or even something integrated into the car stereo. BlueAnt is paying a little attention to the two-wheeled counterparts with the launch of the Stereo F4 ...

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