A sampling of technologies highlighted at the Bluetooth Developers Conference.Here's a sampling of technologies highlighted at the Bluetooth Developers Conference:\u2022\u00a0Cambridge Silicon Radio\u00a0(CSR) and\u00a0Intersil\u00a0said they'll create a mini-PCI card that will run Bluetooth and the IEEE 802.11b wireless LAN protocol. (Mobilian announced a similar chip last month.)\u2022 Motorola showed the recently announced\u00a0MC72000\u00a0Bluetooth chipset, designed to reject interference from other Bluetooth radios and from IEEE 802.11x wireless LANs, both of which use the 2.4-GHz band.\u2022\u00a0Itronix\u00a0unveiled GoBook II, a notebook computer that's been designed to meet U.S. military specifications for rugged use. It includes built-in support for Bluetooth, 802.11b, and wide-area General Packet Radio Service and 1xRTT wireless. Its suggested list price is $4,495.\u2022 A new Bluetooth chip from CSR designed for Qualcomm-based Code Division Multiple Access telephones (other chips have been for GSM phones, used widely in Europe). CSR also said German car maker Audi AG will incorporate its GSM\/Bluetooth platform in a wireless telematics unit scheduled to be offered starting next month in Europe and Asia.\u2022\u00a0TDK Systems\u00a0released software that moves photos and other images among Bluetooth-equipped devices.\u2022\u00a0Pico Communications\u00a0unveiled PicoBlue II, a Bluetooth access point that also can accept an 802.11b access card or bridge.