Hedy Lamar 9 November 1914 – 19 January 2000) was an Austrian-born American actress and inventor. After an early film career in Germany, Lamarr moved to Hollywood at the initiation of MGM head, Louis B. Mayer, where she soon became a star during MGM's "Golden Age. Lamarr was also notable as co-inventor of an technique for spread spectrum communications and frequency hopping which paved the way for today's wireless communications
This is Hedy Lamarr, stunning actress from the Golden Age of Hollywood AND the inventor of frequency-hopping, a technology that is integral to wireless communications from her time until the present. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
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Elegantly poised and in town to promote her starring role in the new Elizabeth epic, The Golden Age, Cate Blanchett is fresh off from her surprising win as Best Actress at the recent Venice Film Festival playing a version of Bob Dylan in I'm Not There.