History of Power Bank

History of Power Banks and Lithium batteries

When was the first call of a mobile phone?

Martin Cooper, manager of Motorola, made a call to, Joel Engel, of Bell Labs of AT&TE on April 3, 1973, from Sixth Avenue in New York, with a prototype of Motorola DynaTac 8000X. That was a mobile phone that weighed approximately one kilo and was about 13 inches (33 cm) tall taking into account the antenna. It was the first call made from a mobile phone.

Martin Cooper and Motorola DynaTac 8000X - Power Bank History
Martin Cooper and Motorola DynaTac 8000X – Power Bank History

This prototype mobile phone used about ten hours to charge. Its battery had a range of just 30 minutes. Something that today is absolutely unthinkable

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Coronavirus – On line Tools

Coronavirus – On line Tools for Travelers – Real Time Map Info for Travelers: Online tools to know the updated details of the progress of the coronavirus in the world Johns Hopkins University – Real Time Map Updated global map of the state of the progress of the Coronavirus 2020. Managed by the University Johns Hopkins  Coronavirus Infography   Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Updated website of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on cases of …

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Princess Cruises News on Coronavirus

Princess Cruises: Health Advisory on Coronavirus Updated February 5, 2020 To protect the health and safety of all onboard, we are closely monitoring the evolving situation with respect to the new coronavirus that originated in mainland China. Although the risk to our guests and crew is low, we are closely monitoring the evolving situation with respect to coronavirus originating in mainland China. Our medical experts are coordinating closely with international health authorities and have activated enhanced screening, prevention and control procedures …

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Coronavirus: Prohibit the entry to United States

Coronavirus: Prohibit the entry to US The United States government is reacting to counteract the spread of the coronavirus outbreak: It will prohibit the entry of most foreigners who had visited China recently and would put some American travelers in quarantine for 14 days. The public health emergency was declared. Temporary restrictions followed announcements by American Airlines, Delta Air Lines and United Airlines that they would suspend air service between the United States and China for several months. The measure …

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US History of Tourism: First Coast to Coast Flight 1929 – Transcontinental Air Transport

US History of Tourism – The Lindbergh Line – First Coast to Coast Flight – Transcontinental Air Transport – TAT –  Ford Tri-Motor

US History of Tourism: Transcontinental Air Transport – TAT

US History of Tourism, first coast to coast flight: Transcontinental Air Transport (TAT) was an airline founded in 1928 by Clement Melville Keys that merged in 1930 with Western Air Express to form what became TWA.  

The Transcontinental Air Transport airline was like “The Lindbergh Line” and the idea began in the months after the 1927 transatlantic flight of Charles Lindbergh. The main sponsors of this commercial airline were:

STOKES COLLECTION 1934 American Classics / 16.5" x 11" . Ford Trimotor - Amazon.com Poster Vintage
Stokes Collection 1934 American Classics / 16.5″ x 11″ . Ford Trimotor – Amazon.com Poster Vintage
  • Charles Lindbergh,
  • Harold Bixby,
  • Henry Breckinridge,
  • Harry Knight
  • Commander William Robertson

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