Frequently these systems are not hard-wired but controlled using wireless technology.
utiliseternatively can utilize optional wireless technology to save trailing wires around the house.
Or alternatively can utilize optional wireless technology to save trailing wires around the house.
Multiple intensity settings allow you to hear your child from any room in the house, and the rechargeable Sony battery and wireless technology gives you the freedom to hear your child even if you aren't near an outlet.
This is the designation assigned to the wireless technology most commonly known as Wi-Fi.
This was then followed up by the Google Nexus S 4G, which added in the 4G WiMAX wireless technology from Sprint in the United States.
A competing 4G wireless technology that will coincide with GSM-based providers is something called LTE or Long-Term Evolution.
While Sprint uses CDMA technology for its main network, the Samsung Intrepid features GSM-based 3G wireless technology too, allowing it to be used as a world phone in 185 countries around the world.
When used with a Bluetooth wireless technology enabled cell phone, this handsome watch vibrates to notify the wearer of a text message or incoming calls.
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