Texas Instruments and TROY Group bring wireless printing to cell phones

Texas Instruments (Dallas, TX; www.ti.com) Incorporated and TROY XCD (Santa Ana, CA; www.troygroup.com), offer wireless printing capabilities in cellular phones.

Texas Instruments (Dallas, TX; www.ti.com) Incorporated and TROY XCD (Santa Ana, CA; www.troygroup.com), offer wireless printing capabilities in cellular phones. Using wireless handsets with TROY's Bluetooth printing software and TI's Bluetooth chipset solution, consumers can print e-mails, stock trade confirmations, address book information, and Web site research by wirelessly linking to any Bluetooth-enabled printer more than 30 feet away. Bluetooth is a wireless industry specification that allows devices such as mobile phones, computers, and personal digital assistants (PDAs) to talk to each other through short-range wireless connections.

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