In 1960, scientists at Bell Labs were developing button-based telephones which would ultimately replace rotary dialing. They tested hundreds of key layouts before settling on the one still largely in use today.

In 1960, scientists at Bell Labs were developing button-based telephones which would ultimately replace rotary dialing. They tested hundreds of key layouts before settling on the one still largely in use today.

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    this explains in part why the phone keypad is not like a calculator keypad, something my dad mused about nearly 10 years...
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