Unless you've been living under a rock, you're fully aware of Bluetooth, that little radio that lets you talk hands-free, stream music, transfer files and a host of other cool things.
If you buy a Windows phone today, chances are it'll have Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR (enhanced data rate), which has a transfer rate of 3 Mbits/second.
Now we're ready for the next standard, and Bluetooth 3.0 has been announced. If the bottom line's your thing, Try 24 Mbits/second transfer rates, thanks to the introduction of the 802.11 standard, which was all know as WiFi.
Things get technical from there, so we'll let you hash out the rest after the break, along with a video of Bluetooth 3.0 in action, thanks to the kids at Engadget.
Anyone want to guess who's going to have the first BT 3.0-enabled phone?