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Submission + - The Man Who Named Bluetooth (intelfreepress.com)

kenekaplan writes: "Jim Kardach's 27-year career at Intel led to energy-efficient mobile computers, hundreds of patented inventions and the creation of Bluetooth. "Design things to work efficiently, but more importantly, do nothing efficiently," said Kardach just prior to retiring as Intel's chief power architect."
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The Man Who Named Bluetooth

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