San Diego’s wsRadio (world syndicated radio) sat down with Marty for a hour-long segment to discuss “Marty’s early life and career, and his love for engineering and innovation that infused all of his experiences.” Listen in on the conversation.
Seeing a write-a-book about Marty in a school hallway in Ireland sparked an idea for Ciaran Cannon, Minister for Training and Skills at Ireland’s Department of Education. Soon, Cannon was going to see Marty who was scheduled to speak at EXCITED – a Digital Learning Festival in Dublin. He predicted Marty would be pleased with the book, but Marty was so taken by it, he and his business partner and spouse, Arlene Harris, welcomed an impromptu visit to the Kiltiernan National School Co. in Galway, Ireland to meet the young author, Aine O’Rourke, and her classmates. Read more about this most memorable day for the kids and for Marty and Arlene!
Marty revealed a long list of ideas for the sector in his recent interview by the Irish Independent. As an inventor who tries to solve problems, Marty has much to say about apps customisation, education reform, a solution for texting while driving and spectrum management; all using the kind of technology that makes living a little more simple, easy and more productive. Read more of the interview here.
April 4, 2014 marked 41 years since the invention of the mobile cell phone. Q-Music, a radio station from the Netherlands, called Marty with congratulations on his amazing invention. Listen to the interview here.
NBC’s 11 Alive out of Atlanta, Georgia, took note of the 41st anniversary of the invention of the mobile cellular phone and Marty’s contribution to that historic day.