Mar 1, 2023

Your body, ‘perfect charger’ for smartphones, says father of cellphone

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On April 3, 1973, Marty Cooper made the world’s first call from a handheld portable brick phone —weighing 2.5 pounds and 11 inches long.

The first cellphone inventor aka the father of cellphones, Marty Cooper, has projected that phones would be implanted under the skin of consumers’ ears.

“The next generation will have the phone embedded under the skin of their ears,” said cooper.

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The body is the ideal charger for such devices because they won’t require conventional charging, Cooper told CNBC at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona on Wednesday.

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