When was the first cordless phone invented?

Answer The cordless telephone was invented by jazz musician Teri Pall in 1965, but she could not market the device, according to the 2001 book, "Patently Female: From AZT to TV Dinners, Stories of Women I... Read More »

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What is the difference between a DECT cordless phone and a 5.8ghz cordless phone?

DECT 6.0 is a standard, rather than a frequency although one has to wonder if they just happened to choose 6.0 to start with just to trump 5.8GHz as they put the 6.0 in big numbers on the boxes and... Read More »

When was the first phone invented?

The idea of transmitting sound electronically was first explained by French scientist Charles Bourseul in 1854. This idea was applied to German scientist Johann Philipp Reis' design for a means to ... Read More »

When was the first car phone invented?

The first car phone was invented by engineer Lars Ericsson in Sweden in 1910. Ericsson used long wires from his phone to the telephone wires hanging from the poles. Ericsson later would help lead t... Read More »

When was the first flip phone invented?

The first flip phone, the StarTAC, was invented in 1996. Designed by Motorola, the clamshell-style StarTAC weighed 3.1 ounces and looked a bit like the communicators used on the television show "St... Read More »