How Bluetooth got its name?
“Bluetooth” is named after tenth-century king Harald Bluetooth. He united different Danish tribes into a single kingdom.
As per the history records, he had introduced Christianity as well.
Jim Kardach, engineer from Intel, proposed this name in 1997. He has developed a system that would allow mobile phones to communicate with computers.
Bluetooth unities multiple devices through one universal standard with communications protocols. Interestingly, the name ‘Flirt’ was also proposed to suggest that devices got close without touching.