Inventor of World’s First Cellphone Goes Against the Device, Tells Users to “get a life”

The inventor of the world’s first cellphone, Martin Cooper, says he’s stunned by how much time people now waste on their devices, telling users to “get a life.”

Chicago-based Cooper invented the Motorola DynaTAC 8000X – the world’s first cellphone – back in 1973. He stated “Do you really? You really spend five hours a day? Get a life!”