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by Alain Michaud and Abhinav Gupta
Bluetooth technology enhances mobility by providing a low-power wireless connectivity option. For systems targeted at lower power consumption, transport connectivity of Bluetooth controllers plays a key role in designing an energy efficient platform. This means adding support for lower power buses while delivering high-quality end-user experiences. Learn about the Bluetooth stack’s architectural changes, integration with the power management framework, new vendor-specific customizations, and best practices for integrating such Bluetooth controllers into your systems.
by Ellick Sung and Alain Michaud
Until now, low power wireless connectivity in PC’s has required using proprietary technologies that incur the cost and complexity of shipping an external dongle. Bluetooth LE enables these same low power scenarios using a standard Bluetooth radio and creates the opportunity to connect Windows with a wide range of new devices. In this session, you will learn more about this new technology and how device makers can use Bluetooth LE to integrate low power devices with Windows.
by Kenny Oladosu and Johnny Bregar
We live in a connected world. Whether it's a spouse away on a business trip, a daughter away at college, or our parents in New York, we love to stay connected with each other. With Windows 8, writing a real-time communication Metro style app is a snap! Learn how to leverage the new media capture APIs, take advantage of the new Bluetooth features and unleash cool media tricks that will add polish to your app and delight your customers.
13th–16th September 2011