Now-a-days we all are familiar with Bluetooth devices. This technology now comes with almost every electronic device where "share & play" is a significant issue. Bluetooth is one of the latest gifts of "Wireless Revolution". Well, I guess we all are more or less known to its operation and characteristics. But have we ever thought about how this technology got its name?
Well here it is: Bluetooth is named after the King Harald Bluetooth, the 10th century Viking who united Denmark and Norway. In fact bluetooth does the same thing in general! It unifies the communication protocols into one universal standard. That's how Bluetooth got its name!