Nikola Tesla's Hundred Year Old Prediction About Smartphones Was Eerily Accurate
Our cell phones have become so ubiquitous that we barely use them as phones. They’re now our pocket cameras, the platform for our apps, and machines to text, chat, and send images. When you step back and think about it, it’s pretty wild. But this was all predicted….nearly a century ago.
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