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The Cell Phone – A Most Magical Gadget – March 28, 2014

Marty joined Art Molella, Director of The Lemelson Center at the Smithsonian in Washington D.C., to discuss cell phones in the American experience. In his blog, Art reminded us that Sir Arthur C. Clarke, author of 2001: a Space Odyssey, pronounced “Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” Art reflected on this point and the distinct …

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C-Span airs Marty’s interview at the Smithsonian – February 28, 2014

C-Span’s American History Channel aired Art Molella’s interview of Marty at the National  Museum of American History.  Art, the Director of the Smithsonian’s Lemelson Center for the Study of Invention and Innovation, calls the invention of the cell phone a “game-changer;” considering that the cell phone is still evolving, is a platform for all kinds of …

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Marty’s Foreword to ‘Mad Men of Mobile’ – January 1, 2014

Marty contributed the foreword to Danielle Newnham’s recently published book entitled “Mad Men of Mobile”  http://amzn.to/1feLFWr  The book is an inspiring, interesting and entertaining collection of interviews with 13 leading entrepreneurs and innovators in the mobile space, who share their stories, from SIRI to SHAZAM. In the foreword, Marty shares a lesson learned from the …

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Marconi Prize recipient, Martin Cooper, highlighted in Carmel Valley News – October 7, 2013

Marty received praise in the Carmel Valley News as recipient of the 2013 Marconi Prize. “The Marconi Prize was awarded at dinner in the 17th century Palazzo Albergati, one of Bologna, Italy’s showplaces, with more than 220 Italian luminaries, academics, business leaders and wireless industry executives from all over the world in attendance.” Read more about the evening’s festivities and about Marty’s award.

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