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Tag: Morse Code

The World’s Smallest Ham Radio Can Fit on a Keychain

The World’s Smallest Ham Radio Can Fit on a Keychain
Since the advent of e-mail, the internet, and text messaging, the need for amateur radio communication has definitely diminished. But there’s still a small but dedicated group of enthusiasts out there who enjoy communicating via amateur radio, also known as “Ham radio.”

Gmail Tap: Google Brings Back Morse Code, at Least for a Day

Gmail Tap: Google Brings Back Morse Code, at Least for a Day
Google brought back the groundbreaking, anti-Retina display 8-bit technology to their Maps service. But that’s not all that the company has in store for us. Introducing Gmail Tap. Put simply, it replaces the cramped virtual keyboard on Android devices and replaces it with something much, much, simpler: two keys, a dot and a dash.
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Tworse Telegraph Key Lets You Tweet in Morse Code

Tworse Telegraph Key Lets You Tweet in Morse Code
Want to get all turn-of-last-century on your Twitter friends? The Tworse Key is Arduino-powered and while it may not be the most effective way to tweet, it does allow you to do it in old time style.

Tokyoflash Morse Code Watch: Dots and Dashes

Tokyoflash Morse Code Watch: Dots and Dashes
Every time watch importer TokyoFlash reveals another one of their wacky digital watches, it makes my giddy with excitement. So it is with much glee that I bring you their latest watch, which tells time in Morse Code.
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