Although Bluetooth technology is relatively new, the name “Bluetooth” comes from the ancient Middle Ages.
In the 1990s, engineers who created wireless communication technology were thinking about how to name this new invention that could connect computers and mobile phones. They thought of the king of Denmark, Harald Blitand, who unified Denmark and Norway through a peace agreement. Known for some of the territories.
The symbol of Bluetooth is taken from the first words of the Bluetooth King’s name, H and B, and is written in the Norwegian letter.