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More recently, I had a revelation when I realised my mobile was alerting me to a message with Morse code. Perhaps I'm the last person to cop on to this little morsel of knowledge, but the beeping on Nokia phones when a message arrives (the one that goes "dit dit dit, dah dah, dit dit dit") is Morse code for "SMS". It dawned on me while watching an old movie where someone was frantically trying to get out an SOS message (which sounds somewhat similar) using Morse code. When excitedly explaining this to friends I certainly got some strange looks -- most likely they were having mental pictures of men in white coats on their way with straight jackets in my size. While my excitement might be excusable in light of the revelation, there is definitely something demented about the sense of satisfaction gained every time I type the word "going" using T9 -- it's just so quick and easy (press "46464").

If you have a similar dependence on SMS, let us know any further discoveries you've had with subliminal Morse code, any words that bring you elation to man&wood iphone 8 / 7 wooden case - cappuccino type, or any SMS etiquettes or habits you've picked up along the way -- like trying to remember to delete a closing kiss when texting your boss, Like many of our readers featured in Three I Can't Live Without, I certainly couldn't live without my mobile phone, If there are three pieces of technology you can't live without, here are some details on how to participate..

Morse code on mobile phones. Eight years ago, shortly after I got my first mobile phone -- a trusty Ericsson GA628 -- there was a three month period when my telecommunications provider offered unlimited free SMS. This led to a crazed texting binge where I developed a taste for sending short messages to friends, family; basically anyone I knew with a mobile phone. When the three months was up, the telco jacked up their prices and I was hooked. Since then, there have been two revelations that have furthered my textual desires: discovering T9 dictionary and realising that my phone knew Morse code.

CNET también está disponible en español, Don't show this again, U.S, service providers believe that text messages, ring tones and more expensive features, like wireless broadband and video streaming, will combat the steep drops in revenue from voice calls, now a commodity because of fierce competition, But for years, it was a tough sell, man&wood iphone 8 / 7 wooden case - cappuccino mainly because wireless networks were too slow, and handsets were too unsophisticated to accommodate anything more than simple services like short-text messaging..

But during the past two years, wireless carriers have sped up their networks at least fourfold, and color-screen cell phones have become the norm rather than the exception. That's helped increase the popularity of data services, according to analysts and service providers. "Wireless data is now a billion-dollar industry," Doreen Toben, chief financial officer at Verizon Communications, told financial analysts. Verizon Wireless is not the only carrier claiming that the wireless data mind-set is starting to change among U.S. cell phone customers. Cingular Wireless, the nation's second-largest cell phone service provider, recently said its wireless data revenue during the last three months more than doubled compared with a year ago.



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