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Bluetooth on the way back

When King Danish Harald Blåtand, united Norway and Denmark, little did he know that a technology named after him ( Blåtand translates to blue-tooth) will have a chance of becoming a corner stone of the telecommunication industry. This industry is one of the fastest growing sectors in todays world, and whether you'd like it or not it is constantly changing the world around you. If it were not for the cell phone industry, we would still be hooked to our wired phones, and had it not been for the internet E-mails would just have been a fantasy. And in this fast changing world one protocol which is growing very rapidly is 'bluetooth' . And just like everything before 'bluetooth' wasn't created in a day. In fact it went through some rough times before its started catching on again.The telecom industry today is not very different from what it was 1000s of years ago. There still are many different ways to communicate and some are more popular than others. But