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04.30.2008 - Second Intel Engineer Inducted into Bluetooth "Hall of Fame"

View Intel-Press related news. With a California state "hands free" driving rule looming, more and more folks around your office are trying out their new "Bluetooth" headsets. You know, the little Star Trek-like phone earpieces, usually with a blue blinking light, that only computer geeks used to wear? Effective July 1 in California, you must drive without your phone up against your ear. Bluetooth is a technology created by Intel and other industry players in the late 90's that has become the defacto standard for wireless phone use. Enable Bluetooth in your phone, put it in your ear, and you too can look like Leonard Nimoy in his prime. Two Intel senior engineers, Jim Kardach, and this year Simon Ellis, are members of the Bluetooth Hall of Fame. Jim was inducted back in 2006. Jim and Simon were instrumental in developing and marketing Bluetooth, and somehow find time to be in a band together! Little did they know that their creation would soon be in the ears of millions of phone users, worldwide. More information can be found here.

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