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LittleBits adds Bluetooth LE module so kids can control their IoT creations from an iPhone or iPad

Kids electronics kit makers LittleBits have long used an iOS app to help kids build their own gadgets, but the addition of a Bluetooth LE module means that their creations can now be directly controlled by an iPhone or iPad. more… Filed under: Apple
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