New Bluetooth Standard Helps Privacy & the Internet of Things

The new Bluetooth 4.2 specification is out. Engadget.com says It even further reduces power use, bulks up on privacy, and for the growing internet of things…can connect with your router directly to the internet without needing wifi. Look for it to show up on devices in 2015.

Venturebeat.com reports that Google Drive now lets you edit Microsoft Office document attachments right from Gmail. Click an icon, and you can convert them to Google’s formats.

Sony has announced a gray Limited Edition, 20th Anniversary Playstation 4. Geek.com says it is on sale today in Japan, with US preorders starting the 6th. 12,300 will be made, and it’s $499.

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