The inventor of the mobile phone, Martin Cooper today visited RTÉ Digital and spoke with CTO Richard Waghorn about how in the early 1970’s he got Motorola to back his idea for the first portable cellular telephone. As part of his visit for the Excited – Digital Learning Festival 2014, Martin told us his views on modern mobile phone technology and what improvements he would like to see in the future.
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