Friday, April 4, 2008

35 years of the first movable call were marked

Yesterday, 3 of April, turned 35 years of the first call through a cellular telephone. The historical call made it, in the streets of New York, Martin Cooper, who was in the that then chief of a main directorate of the division of communications of Motorola.

From that time the things changed, and too much. The apparatus that used Cooper to make this call weighed 2 pounds and average, it measured 10 inches and it was possible to be spoken during 20 minutes. The famous "brick".

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