To bring technology to emerging markets, Microsoft has an ongoing project called Unlimited Potential. CNET News.com's Ina Fried sat down with Microsoft VP Will Poole to discuss what the project's new "multipoint" technology is doing to help address the problems of having just one computer for a large classroom.
The BlueAnt S1 is a compact and lightweight speakerphone with voice command, stereo Bluetooth, and multipoint.
Windows MultiPoint Server allows a single machine to power computing for a classroom full of students, Microsoft says.
Nokia announced the BH-904 Bluetooth headset, which features the ability to separate a user's voice from ambient sound, as well as multipoint technology, and a unique sliding boom mic.
The BlueAnt Q1 is the latest Bluetooth headset from the Australia-based company. It has dual microphone wind noise reduction, voice control using the BlueGenie natural voice interface, and multipoint technology.
Samsung showed off a whole slew of other Bluetooth headsets it plans to release throughout the year.
Samsung's latest Bluetooth headset brings noise reduction, echo cancellation, and more.
Some two years after launching wildly successful campaigns, three companies are back with follow-up products. But not all sequels improve much on the original.
The software maker is working on a new option that will let will let multiple students work off a single PC, each with their own screen, mouse, and keyboard.
Motorola announces the Finiti, the CommandOne, and the Roadster. The first two are headsets, while the third one is a Bluetooth car kit/speakerphone.