Bluetooth is a very short-range—30 feet or less—wireless networking technology. It enables you to connect Bluetooth-enabled computers, personal digital assistants (PDAs), and mobile phones to each other and to the Internet. It also lets you connect Bluetooth-enabled input devices, such as a mouse or keyboard, to your Mac.
Mac OS X 10.4 includes two tools for working with Bluetooth:
The Bluetooth preferences pane, which is available if your computer is Bluetooth enabled, allows you to configure Bluetooth and set up Bluetooth devices with the Bluetooth Setup Assistant.
Bluetooth File Exchange enables you to send files from one Bluetooth device to another or browse files on another Bluetooth-enabled computer.
This part of the chapter explains ...