Meet Hedy Lamarr, whose invention powered wi-fi tech

(Daily Mail) Hedy Lamarr, the 1930s and '40s film star known for being the first actress to simulate a female orgasm in a major motion picture, apparently invented spread-spectrum radio, a precursor to the technology that allows for wireless

Hedy Lamarr, Old Hollywood sex symbol, had a brain. It's a fact that may be nearly as overlooked as the inventor's wartime creation: landmark technology that was a precursor to Bluetooth. It's not surprising that she's known best for her sultry persona

With admirable and tenacious skill, Richard Rhodes' new book on Hollywood screen legend Hedy Lamarr unveils the inquisitive brain behind the beauty. By Adam Tschorn, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer Hedy Lamarr, a legend of Hollywood's Golden Age and

Seductive Hollywood actress's war technology laid the foundation for spectrum communications and frequency hopping, essential to wireless communication.

(Daily Mail) Hedy Lamarr, the 1930s and '40s film star known for being the first actress to simulate a female orgasm in a major motion picture, apparently invented spread-spectrum radio, a precursor to the technology that allows for wireless