Bluetooth Name And Icon

- Apr 10, 2017-

The word "Bluetooth" (Bluetooth) is an English version of the Scandinavian bl å tand/Bl å tann (i.e., ancient Norwegian bl T Shan nn), the word was the nickname of a king Harald bluetooth in the Tenth century, and he was unifying the strife of Danish tribes into one kingdom, and it was legendary that he introduced Christianity. The idea of the Bluetooth naming was originally Jim Kardach in 1997, and Kardach developed a system that allowed mobile phones to communicate with computers. His inspiration came from the time he was reading a novel by Frans G. Bengtsson wrote about the Nordic pirates and Harald Bluetooth King's historical novels The long Ships, meaning Bluetooth will also unify the communication protocol as a global standard.