Livio Radio has rolled out two new products aimed at automakers and car audio makers as it completes its transition from Internet radio company to software company.
Keeler, a division of Grandville-based Belwith Products, will unveil its SecuRemote Office using Bluetooth 4.0 Technology at the Merchandise Mart, during the NeoCon office furniture show in Chicago June 11.
First Watch Security, a division of Grandville-based Belwith Products LLC, unveiled the Smart Deadbolt during the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show over the weekend in New Orleans.
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Ferndale-based Livio Monday announced that Livio Connect, the company’s middleware API for integrating smartphone apps with vehicle hardware systems, is now available at “freemium” pricing for application developers.
This week on Detroit Nerds, Buck is positively glowing about his wonder gadget, the Jawbone Era. Plus Coop gives the scoop on a dirt cheap e-reader from Borders. Due to liquidation of the company you can pick up a Kobo e-reader for $50.
Detroit-based OnStar is launching a Bluetooth hands-free calling awareness campaign to help simplify the process of pairing cell phones to the hands-free technology.