Harald I of Denmark who had the nickname Blåtand, meaning blue-tooth (but it could also mean black-tooth, which to me sounds a lot more likely) was responsible for merging the different tribes of Denmark into a single kingdom. The Bluetooth standard was created to replace RS-232 (serial) cables, a widely used standard, and it was imagined that this would create a single unifying standard for ultra-short-range data transmission at a time when other standards such as wi-fi and wireless USB were also being developed. It was only partly successful in this, as the different wireless systems each have their own advantages and appropriate applications.
Harald Bluetooth died in 986.
The Danish King Harald Bluetooth(Blåtand) has no connection to the Bluetooth technology. It is just a nick name, that he had. Hahaha! :-) (sorry, i am danish, and i find this misunderstanding quite entertaining).
it is not definite when he was born
Founded in September 1998, the word "Bluetooth" is taken from the 10th century Danish King Harald Bluetooth.
it was named after Harald a king who ruled in Denmark who was nicknamed blue-tooth .Bluetooth is a trademark used by the company
Harald Bluetooth was king of Denmark in the late 900s. He managed to unite Denmark and part of Norway into a single kingdom and then introduced Christianity into it. Bluetooth technology similarly unites different electronic devices together.
Bluetooth is used for low-power radio communications to link phones, computers and other network devices over short distances without wires. The name Bluetooth comes from Harald Bluetooth, a king in Denmark more than 1,000 years ago.
Bluetooth is named after a Danish Viking and King, Harald BlÃ¥tand (translated as Bluetooth in English), who lived in the latter part of the 10th century. Harald BlÃ¥tand united and controlled Denmark and Norway. The name was applied to Bluetooth the wireless hook-up for electronic devices as it unites different equipment. The Bluetooth symbol looks like a rune to commemorate the Viking heritage and the stones Harald BlÃ¥tand had erected to record his rule.
Blue in Bluetooth was named after Harald "Bluetooth" Gormsson. He was the 10th-century Danish king known for his efforts in uniting tribes at war. His dead tooth was found and said to be blue, which is where Bluetooth got its name. Radio with Bluetooth has a computer chip inside.
Bluetooth is a trademark. To use it a device must provide functionality corresponding to the bluetooth specification. As to why they picked that name, you would have to ask the people that developed the specification. Trademark names must be distinctive, this one sure is.
i dont f'n know!
Harald Wapenaar's birth name is Harald Paul Wapenaar.