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2006 Infiniti M45 – Lot#100074

Asking Price: $5,700

Vehicle: 2006 Infiniti M45

Engine: 4.5L V8

Miles: 112,000

Features: Adaptive Cruise Control, Lane Departure Warning, Back Up Sensors and Camara, Heated and Cooled Leather Seats, Bose Sound System, Bluetooth and AUX, Adaptive Lights, DVD Player, Navigation, Keyless Entry and Push start. 35 more words

Backup Camera

2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee Altitude Edition – Lot#1000K1

Asking Price: $18,600

Vehicle: 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee

Engine: 3.6L, V6

Miles: 45,000

Features: Heated leather cloth seats, heated steering wheel, power lift gate, remote start Tinted glass, back up camera, 8” multimedia screen, bluetooth phone and media, 20” factory alloy black wheels, sunroof Cruise control power doors and windows … 39 more words

Backup Camera

2013 Chevy Traverse LT – Lot#100078

Asking Price: $12,499

Vehicle: 2013 Chevy Traverse LT

Engine: V6, 3.6L

Miles: 71,000

Features: Moon roof, Sun roof, leather seats, DVD Player with Headsets, Touch screen Radio, Dual Climate Control, Back Up Camara, Back Up Sensor… 40 more words

Backup Camera


Have you remember those days when the Android or iPhone mobiles are not so much famous or not generally used by the people that was the time of keypad devices in which if we want to share data from one device to another the famous and mostly used method was… 314 more words

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MDBT50Q Series Module Built By nRF52840 Rev. 2 (Build Code:DXX) Started Shipment

Nordic Semiconductor has updated nRF52840 SoC version from Rev.1 to Rev.2. Raytac announced that the module built by nRF52840 with Rev.2 SoC now has started the mass production shipment. 153 more words

BLE & BT5 & BT4.2 & BT4.1& BT4.0

Bluetooth Technology Aids In-store Product Pushing

Do consumers need, when they go to the grocery store, more help than already is available from print coupons, downloadable coupons, window-poster ads, shelf extender ads, on-the- 668 more words


Microsoft warns that Windows 10 update will break some Bluetooth devices - TechSpot

First reported by WindowsLatest, Microsoft said its new security update (CVE-2019-2102) addresses a vulnerability by intentionally preventing connections between the OS and “unsecure” Bluetooth devices. 14 more words

Science / Technology