Hungarian-Transylvanian priest and punchcutter who made typefaces on the request of the Georgian king Archil of Imereti. He was one of the first printers and letter cutters of the Georgian type letters and is believed to have produced several fonts including Ehrhardt.
The world's first handheld commercially available mobile phone was Motorola's DynaTAC. It was priced at $3,995 upon release and had an LED display for dialling and recalling numbers. Martin Cooper of Motorola made the very first call from a cell phone using the DynaTAC on 3rd April 1973. [more...]