Engineers in Portugal were developing an airplane that uses Bluetooth wireless technology rather than wires or mechanical connections between its engine and navigation system. It was suggested that such a wireless system also could be used to control brakes or steering mechanisms in automobiles. | Harper's Magazine

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Engineers in Portugal were developing an airplane that uses Bluetooth wireless technology rather than wires or mechanical connections between its engine and navigation system. It was suggested that such a wireless system also could be used to control brakes or steering mechanisms in automobiles.

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Engineers in Portugal were developing an airplane that uses Bluetooth wireless technology rather than wires or mechanical connections between its engine and navigation system. It was suggested that such a wireless system also could be used to control brakes or steering mechanisms in automobiles.

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