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Cell phones become just as normal to own as a television set. Now, in the early 2000's we are seeing them begin to replace the "home" phone altogether.
25 Mobile Phones, more compact with GSM technology (1982) easier roaming between different mobile phone service providers
Mobile phones were invented in April 29, 1906 by Charles E. Alden. They were made from cars and weighed 2.2 pounds but they help the communication of people who had one.
Cell phones, something pulls you away from nature. They suck you in to the cloud of cyber space.
The cell phone was invented on April 29nth 1906 by Charles E. Alden, initially called the vest pocket telephone, although his invention never had a chance to reach, mass production stage. The cell phone has been re imagined since then in many different ways and times. But the first majorly successful design was made in the 1980s and made mobile phones possible, all thanks to Charles E. Alden in 1906 who dreamt of a world with mobile phones.
TECHNOLOGY: Evolution of Mobile Phones from 1G to 2G. 1G phones allowed only one hour of talk time before dying. They ran on an analog system which resulted in bad call quality and dropped calls. 2G, or 'second generation' phones used TDMA and CDMA systems with digital circuit switched transmission technology that reduced dropped calls and improved call quality. New computer chip technology that enabled smaller batteries and therefore smaller, portable phones, led to the wide use of cell phones.
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Cell phones began to advance further
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Pinner said The #1980s cell (brick) phone, it was expensive and very heavy. This is when I started working for PacTel Cellular! 15 years later...we had the Razor phone...a flip phone that was just soooo cool! OMGosh the memories!
The 80s cell (brick) phone, it was expensive and very heavy, but you were the coolest dude/dudette around! ;)
The 80s cell (brick) phone, it was expensive and very heavy. Jarrod Karnes had this one for YEARS!!!!! OMGosh the memories!
Motorola Mobile Phone - just 30 years ago - and now.... cell phones have become one of the must have high-tech gadgets fit in your pocket. The Motorola DynaTAC was the first mobile phone in 1983, weighing 1.7 lbs - needing a briefcase containing the battery, which didn't last very long. At its inception, the mobile phone was so expensive that only rich CEOs could afford one. Amazing for such a short time ago.
The 80s cell (brick) phone, it was expensive and very heavy. You could also use them as a weapon!
Original cell phone ...I remember saying no one will buy that. How stupid.
The 80s cell (brick) phone. Wow that thing is huge
OMG, I had one of these! An early "cell" phone!
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OMG, I can't believe I remember these cell phones looking like this!! I'm straight up telling my age but I know I'm not the only one who remembers this!! LOL
This was my first cell phone in my early 20's. Big, bulky and heavy. Technology has really advanced.
Dad just got the new cell phone. On March 6 (1983) it came out and daddy got one only 7 days later! Everyone wants one- even me, but mom and dad said I have to wait until I'm older. These are so cool because now you call people form anywhere- like the street! Your Rad friend- Alexis
Can you believe that my Mom's first cell phone looked like this? I love old school but this is waaayyy too big!! :)
1985 – Motorola DynaTAC "I don’t think the very first mobile phone can really be called “mobile”. It basically resembled a big-ass brick with an even bigger-ass briefcase-sized battery and receiver pack that was almost impossible to lug around. Therefore, the ‘yuppies’ (young businessmen) only used them in the car. Unfortunately, the mobile phone cost more than the car." -- New Media Technologies for Dummies Written by a noob, for the noobs!!
I didn't have one of the 'brick' cell phones, but I certainly remember them!
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100 things in 80s part 2 - brick-like handphone
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What was the first Hollywood movie that featured scenes involving a cell phone? - Quora
Can you believe Captain Kirk used an old Razr phone instead of a new iPhone or Android?
Where would Captain Kirk be without his cell?
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Captain Kirk using an old Razr flip phone?
The first flip phone...
old cell phones.....hahaha
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24 Motorola DynaTAC 8000x,1983, became the first mobile phone creating a new era of wireless technology
Michael Douglas in movie Wallstreet 1987 Infographic: Where Did Your Smartphone Come From? (There really is an infograph ... this picture is just funnier to pin.)
hahaha..love the old cell phones....size of shoe boxes!!! (love michael douglas too...sexy!!)
My Dad brought home one of these & I thought it was the coolest thing ever!!
epic ! Michael Douglas with his Motorola DynaTAC in the Movie Wall Street
Michael Douglas walking the beach in the movie Wall Street.
Gordon Gecko's Mobile. #wallstreet #80s
And I thought my iPhone was big!
Who remembers these phones?
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Yuppies were around the the 1980s. These were perceived to be men in suits (usually salesmen) with big Mobile Phones
80s mobile phone. Only rich people dealers had these.. had one, paid $1000 deposit for service.never got that back.lmao..
Yuppies. They were a class of social stereotypes. They wore suits, braces and had the first prototype mobile phones. John was a yuppie before he lost his job.
Yuppie fashion--A nickname applied to young, upwardly mobile professionals who worked in fields like law or business. Yuppies wore "power suits" to work; which were Italian cut.
Yuppies: city types with the shoulder pads, new-fangled mobile phones and Golf GTi cars.
1980's Yuppie with big cellphone # days of consumer driven society
80s mobile phone. Only rich people had these and Zach Morris.
Rocking the 1980s cell phone (and hair)
Remember the cell phones
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Future gadget: Transformer cell phones Now you just have to whistle and it comes running, Ha Ha Ha.
Ooohhh....I want one!!!!! Future gadget: Transformer cell phones #technology #gadgets #geek #tech
Future gadget: Transformer cell phones #technology #gadgets #geek #tech
Omg!! I want oneeeee! Future gadget: Transformer cellphones!
Cellphone Transforms Into Deadly Robot - http://gizmodo.com
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ah 80's technology. That was the model of my first PC, where I learned to use it and that was my block, mean cell phone!!!
ah 80's technology-- the Zac Morris phone. And I remember using a computer like that in kindergarten. And yeah, I still use VHS tapes
My mom would pull that cell phone out of her purse and talk on it while we were grocery shopping...she was SO COOL!
ah 80's technology--Commodore computers, Ataris, VHS tapes and Zack Morris cell phones! :)
ah 80's technology. So , I didn't have these but my dad did & I remember them all well!
ah, 80's technology. I sooooo remember each & every one of these items!
How "Way back" is this?!! ROFL!! Look at that cell phone!! ROFL!!
Collage of 80s technology
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I loved this treehouse ... which was probably made of toxic plasticizers and lead. :-P Ah, the good old days.
family tree house. my fave toy as a kid....my mum lent it to a friend who never returned it. sad.
Follow this link for more Kenner Family Tree House toys! We still have ours....
Tree House for Weeble Wobbles This was my favorite toy as a child...
family tree house- my grandparents had one of these!
TreeTots Family Tree House. I had this!
80s - I loved my treehouse!!!
KENNER FAMILY TREE HOUSE
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arghh the frustrating Rubiks Cube -- I never solved one -- I ended up cheating and peeling the stickers off and moving them to where they should be !!
Who didn't love this? Some could solve it so easily, while others, like me, never did solve it :-) Rubik's Cube!
Rubik's Cube - Finally learned how to solve it. Best time so far is 2 mins :)
✿ڿڰۣ(̆̃̃•Aussiegirl Rubik's Cube I remember when this came out!
Rubiks cube!!! Who remembers removing the stickers to win :)
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rubix - must have for 80s party
1980s toy: Rubik's Cube
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Classic Etch A Sketch - Ohio Art - Toys "R" Us ...a simple toy that could provides hours of fun. Too bad there isn't a save function for those masterpieces!
One of my favorite toys growing up! Loved the Etch A Sketch! It was hard to create pictures, but I was good at it none-the-less!
Etch A Sketch | Not much has changed with one of the most baffling and frustrating yet fun games ever. In what was always a subtle way to develop our motor skills and hand-eye coordination, we could — and still can — use our imaginations to create whatever masterpiece we want. $20 at Toys"R"Us | 17 gifts you always wanted as a kid that you can still buy today : The Loop
popular toys from the 80s | Like any regular kid could ever make that...
Etch a Sketch -- The only thing I could draw were stairs.
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The early iPad... #Etchasketch
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"Brick" Phone - Children this is what we thought a "cell phone" was for a while. I am not kidding, Mike had one of these.
DynaTAC is a series of cellular telephones manufactured by Motorola, Inc. from 1984 to 1994. The Motorola DynaTAC 8000X commercial portable cellular phone, received approval from the U.S. FCC on September 21, 1983. , and became the first cell phone to be offered commercially in 1984. ..... for more info click picture please
Once upon a time, this is what a " mobile phone" looked like. Makes you appreciate your iPhone even more. Dark Roasted Blend: Attractive, Unique Vintage Telephones
DynaTAC 8000x el primer celular de la historia - http://www.entuespacio.com/dynatac-8000x-el-primer-celular-de-la-historia/
Lego version - back in 1985 you needed $4,000 to buy the DynaTAC 8000X phone
"Brick" Phone These things will out live us all!!!
LEGO Motorola DynaTAC 8000X #New80s
LEGO Brick Mobile Phone
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Το Gals n' Guys θυμάται! Οι πρώτες video κονσόλες και οι μεγάλες επιτυχίες video games! Γιατί είναι ωραίο να θυμάσαι απο που ξεκίνησες..! #videogames #games #consoles
Atari 2600 video game console released in North America (1977), Europe (1978), and Japan (1983) by Atari, Inc.
The original Atari, Inc. was founded in 1972 by Nolan Bushnell and Ted Dabney. It was a pioneer in arcade games, home video game consoles, and home computers. The company's products, such as Pong and the Atari 2600, helped define the computer entertainment industry from the 1970s to the mid 1980s.
Inventor of the First Video Game Console Ralph Baer PassesAway - Ralph Baer, the creator of the first home video game console, has passed away, Gamasutra reports.Baer developed the Brown Box in 1966, which he later licensed to Magnavox, where
Only in the late 70s / early 80s could you get fake wood trim on your video game console.
Video game console - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: ATARI 2600 video gaming console
the Atari console... brings back childhood memories
What the? The brick phone is coming back?
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LOL.. it would almost be worth the cost to have one of these.. just to see the look on the face of others whether you are driving down the road.. or even in a business talking on the phone. LOL love it. Yes.. its real and bluetooth.
1980's Brick Phone: Bluetooth-Enabled Smartphone Accessory Lets You Talk On The Phone, '80s Style
80's mobile phone - Google Search.
brick phone call
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Vintage telephone. Oh yes, this is what we had when I was little. I have one just like this - it was my parents first phone when they married in 1946. Get this - they've had the same phone number now since 1958! Unreal!
Vintage telephone Vintage, really? Am I that old??? Did you stretch out every single phone cord because you were trying to get some privacy while talking?
Love the old black phones... I have one just to listen to the sound of the dial.
Vintage telephone. We had this phone for the longest, and a party line!
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Rotary telephone. I still remember my phone number
Old rotary phone.
Vintage #Mobile Calling
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Vintage Mobile Phone. OMG... Very Big Phone... LOL
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Vintage Mobile Phone. We had one of those!
Vintage Mobile Phone Style.
Vintage Mobile Phone
an old mobile phone.
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Advertising that targeted an 80s generation -- boy, payback comes years later! The leather look is out when it comes to skin. Skin Cancer is so on the rise in USA -- Australia has done a super job educating the public about melanoma danger -- USA needs to get smart in the sun!
Savage Tan Ad from the 80s. Tropical Blend. Vintage. Smelled like coconuts.
CAPTURE THE SAVAGE TAN! Boy, does this bring back memories!
Tropical Blend Ad 1983, "Capture the Savage Tan!"
CAPTURE THE SAVAGE TAN! if only we had known...
Step One: GET A CUTE BATHING SUIT.
Tropical Blend ad from the 80's
Savage Tan Ad from the 80s
CAPTURE THE SAVAGE TAN!
Price and Technology breakthrough!