New Clean URI (URL) for Our Blogs

This is somewhat of a sitewide announcement for The TeleInterActive Press. We've reconfigured a bit to get the cleanest URL/URI possible for our blogs. You may need to delete your current subscription from your RSS/Atom reader or news aggregator and resubscribe. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

The TeleInterActive Lifestyle is now

http://press.teleinteractive.net/tia_life

Yackity Blog Blog is now

http://press.teleinteractive.net/yackity

The Cynosural Blog is now

http://press.teleinteractive.net/cynasuralog

And, if your a member of this Bunkey's blog

http://press.teleinteractive.net/bunkey

Palm Phone Link Driver for Ericsson T637

Bluetooth connection between the Palm Tungsten T and the Ericsson T637 via Palm Phone Link is not possible. There are no available drivers for the T637.

Because of the unavailability of the Palm Phone Link drivers for the T637, one can't use the phone as a GPRS modem to send and receive e-mail, browse the Web and go out to the internet with the Palm.

An email from Palm support says:
I am really sorry to say that there are no phone drivers available at this moment that is compatible with the Sony Ericson T637. Our developers are working upon the issue and we hope to come out with the drivers soon. So I would advise you to please keep in touch with our website so that you can download the drivers as soon as they are released.

Ericsson Online support email says:
We do not at this time supply drivers for synchronization or connectivity with palm. We only supply drivers for connection between your phone and PC. Please contact the palm company's to see if they will provide support drivers for these phones. This is something that is not supported, but is definetly being discussed.

The last update of the Palm Phone Link drivers were on March 31, 2004 http://www.palmone.com/us/support/downloads/phonelink.html so, hopefully new drivers for newer phone would come out soon.

Verizon's V710 Ticks off the Web

Chris Lindquist writes in Tech LinkLetter about his experience with the Verizon implementation of the Motorola V710 phone. Our research showed the same problems, but with our Palms. Verizon and Motorola have so broken Bluetooth, that we wouldn't be able to hook up to the Internet using our Tungstens and the V710.

There's even some question as to whether or not the V710 can hook-up to non-Motorola Bluetooth headsets.

As ATTWS degrades in service, we've been looking at Verizon as a possible carrier. They have a great reputation and good coverage. But they only have this one Bluetooth phone, and it's broken. :crazy:

Very frustrating. So, we're still searching for the "ideal" mobile and wireless connections.

My Old Neighbor's New Blog

Art, I mean Tech, I mean Chris, :)) once my neighbor, and still the technology editor at CIO magazine has a new blog, Tech Linkletter. I guess this means that his old blog at CIO sister publication Darwin will see no new entries.

Now that we can't go for coffee and chatting at the local cafe or just toss comments across the fence, I'm looking forward to continuing our discussions from one coast to the other through the blogoshpere.

Bluetooth Pairing

Pairing is the process of establishing trust between any two nodes of a wiki(bluetooth) wiki(personal area network) (PAN). This discussion will go into the basics of pairing, and what pairing allows and doesn't allow, per the Bluetooth specification. You can also read my blog on Jabra vs Plantronics to see the instructions for pairing the Jabra to a phone, the instructions for pairing the Plantronics to a phone, the reality of pairing these two devices to my Sony Ericsson T68i, and any oddities, bugs or features discovered by having two headsets paired to one phone.

Pairing creates a secure and automated connection between two devices with Bluetooth radios. The connection is secure due to wiki(encryption) and the use of a "passkey". It is automated as once the pairing is accomplished, the devices will automatically connect upon command. Pairing is also referred to as "creating a trusted pair" or "bonding".

According to the Bluetooth SIG, pairing is constantly evolving and allowing new functions. Some examples given on their website are:

"Your wireless headset connects to the mobile phone in your briefcase. Your handheld automatically synchronizes with your personal computer when you walk in the office. Your mobile phone, handheld, and personal computer all share the same address book, schedule, and to-do list.

"And this is just the beginning. Bluetooth Wireless Technology is now poised to enhance industrial automation, expand gaming possibilities and propel delivery-tracking innovation. A Bluetooth pen, a Bluetooth briefcase, a Bluetooth refrigerator - not only possible, but inevitable and real with Bluetooth Wireless Technology."

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The TeleInterActive Lifestyle is about the business processes, life choices, management challenges and technical issues facing organizations and individuals as individuals and organizations adopt the Internet of Things, Mixed Reality, wireless networks of all levels, mobile devices, long-distance collaboration, social networks, digital transformation, and adjust to growing urbanization.

Sensor Analytics Ecosystems for the Internet of Things (SAEIoT) brings value from emerging technologies through data management and analytics, advances in data science, as the IoT matures through the 5Cs: Connection, Communication, Contextualization, Collaboration and Cognition. The socialization of machines will allow for Privacy, Transparency, Security and Convenience to be flexibly provided with two-way accountability to build Trust among Humans and Machines.

AsDataArchon, we have evolved our consulting data scientist work from learning how to incorporate sensor analytics into data warehouses, business intelligence and analytics to focusing on IoT data management and forming sensor analytics ecosystems.

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