El 3 de abril de 1973, Martin Cooper, Gerente de Sistemas de Motorola, realizó la primera llamada desde un teléfono celular a  línea fija. A pocos metros del edificio Hilton Manhattan, en la ciudad de Nueva York, Martin Cooper utilizó el prototipo de Motorola DynaTAC para llamar y sorprender a Joel Engel, ejecutivo de la empresa Bell. Esta llamada inauguró un nuevo paradigma en el mundo de las comunicaciones. Hoy, 40 años más tarde, los smartphones y sus nuevas funcionalidades están…

Inventor Martin Cooper is credited with developing the first cell phone approved for commercial use.

Natures Doorways - earthsfinest: Poise. by Martin Cooper

photo by Martin Cooper. Love this little bird! He and the twig could be my color inspiration for the house.

"The beauty and complexity of vintage travel cases, and the romanticism that it evokes- that time when moving from one point to another was all about pure luxury."--Martin Cooper @WWD

Designer Inspirations: Part Two

“I am inspired by the beauty and complexity of vintage travel cases and the romanticism that they evoke — that time when moving from one point to another was all about pure luxury,” says Martin Cooper, Belstaff chief creative officer.

Martin Cooper demonstrates the first portable cellular telephone.

Do You Know Who Made the First Cell Phone Call?

Martin Cooper Inventor of the portable cellular phone.had to have big pockets for that one.

Dr Martin Cooper - inventor of mobile phone

April 1973 – Martin Cooper of Motorola made the first handheld mobile phone call to Joel S. Engel of Bell Labs, though it took ten years for the DynaTAC to become the first such phone to be commercially released.

Martin Cooper, the former vice president of Motorola who helped create the first working cellphone

Q.&A.: Martin Cooper, Father of the Cellphone, on Spectrum Sharing

Q/A: Martin Cooper, Father of the Cellphone, on Spectrum Sharing. Image: Sandy Huffaker for The New York Times. By Brian X. Chen - New York Times.

The First Cell Phone    Motorola DynaTAC, Built by Martin Cooper, 1973.

Motorola DynaTAC - 1973 Martin Cooper built the world's first cell phone in just 90 days. Without large-scale integrated circuits, engineers had to stuff thousands of resistors, capacitors, inductors, and ceramic filters into a pound package.

On this day in 1973, Mensan and Motorola employee Martin Cooper placed the world's first cellular phone call. Network Trailblazer: A Conversation With Martin Cooper, Father of the Mobile Phone - The Network: Cisco's Technology News Site

On this day in Mensan and Motorola employee Martin Cooper placed the world's first cellular phone call. Network Trailblazer: A Conversation With Martin Cooper, Father of the Mobile Phone - The Network: Cisco's Technology News Site

Structured, Luxe and Leather. Belstaff presents its warior men's Autumn-Winter 2013-2014 collection. Chief creative officer Martin Cooper behind Belstaff was inspired by the images of racers from the 1950s and 1960s. Here you will see the max and power looks of effortless cool motorcycle-chic looks. Male models appear in sharp tailored pantsuits, leather outerwear, parkas, knits, military-inspired suiting and elegant accessories.

See the Collection: Belstaff Fall 2013

Martin "Marty" Cooper (born Dec 26, 1928) is an American pioneer and visionary in the wireless communications industry. With eleven patents in the field, he is recognized as an innovator in radio spectrum management. While at Motorola in the 1970s, Cooper conceived the first handheld mobile phone (distinct from the car phone) and led the team that developed it and brought it to market. He is considered the "father of the cell phone,” and made the first public hand-held cell phone call.

Cell Phone Inventor on Startups Success and Sparks of Genius

A Fascinating Interview With Martin Cooper, Father of the Cell Phone

A Fascinating Interview With Martin Cooper, Father of the Cell Phone

Motherboard spends a day with Martin Cooper, the father of the first ever portable, handheld cell phone. If I were the brains behind a revolutionary inventio.

The Cellphone Turns 40: Remembering Martin Cooper’s Historic Call - The Daily Beast

The Cellphone Turns 40

On April Motorola employee Martin Cooper stood in midtown Manhattan and placed a call to the headquarters of Bell Labs in New Jersey.

Rhys Cooper - Taxi Driver (Spoke Art’s Martin Scorsese Art Tribute In New York)

Taxi Driver (1976)

Dormouse "Present" Rhys Cooper - Taxi Driver (Spoke Art’s Martin Scorsese Art Tribute In New York)

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