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The quiet history of better Bluetooth pairing

Designing for fancy new technology can mean we ignore the elegantly practical tech we already have

“The Incoherence Of Bluetooth Pairing In The Early 20th Century” by Zimpenfish

YYou’re probably familiar with a scenario like this: You get into your car and all you want to do is pair your phone to the car through Bluetooth. But to do so, you must wade through a whole menu of items, put each device in…




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Amber Case

Amber Case

Design advocate, speaker and author of Calm Technology. Research Fellow at Mozilla Foundation, Advisor at Puma Browser and Unlock Protocol.

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