Ever wondered what the man who created the cell phone is now using to make calls? The answer is: a Motorola Droid.
During a C-SPAN interview, Martin Cooper, who is credited with creating the first working mobile phone as we know it today, said he likes the Android operating system.
To be fair, Cooper did work for Motorola in the 1950s (back when the company primarily made radios). That's the launching pad that allowed him to make his all-important invention.
However, he hasn't always been a Motorola faithful. For a while, he had an iPhone but decided to ditch it for the Droid.
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