Why Bluetooth Is Named After A Medieval King
Why was Bluetooth - a wireless technology - named after a viking ruler from the 10th century?
This video looks at the origin of Bluetooth, and how its name was chosen by Jim Kardach, an employee at Intel.
There are also some bonus facts about Younger Futhark - the viking runic alphabet.
Note: Vikings didn't really have horns on their helmets... but horned helmets are too iconic to leave out.
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