Scores via Bluetooth Trees?

Scores via Bluetooth Trees?

Want updates on Wimbeldon, but you are walking through London? Don't try to find a pub with a TV, just ask a tree. No, really!. Textually brings us news of a project from IBM in the UK to broadcast Wimbeldon match information via bluetooth from access points mounted on trees. IBM is the IT provider for the legendary tennis tournament.

However, Textually says anti-virus software maker McAfee is warning punters to be careful using open bluetooth connections in public after someone set loose a bluetooth virus in Helsinki during the World Athletics Championships.

| July 4th, 2006 | Posted in Location Based Services |

One Response to “Scores via Bluetooth Trees?”

  1. Golden Bassolino Says:

    Thanks for the post. You know what you are talking about.

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