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The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) has announced that the new Bluetooth 5 standard has now been officially adopted.After being announced in June 2016, Bluetooth 5 is ready for release to developers and manufacturers.This latest version of the wireless tech proves that it\\\'s much more than just for speakers or ...

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