Tag Archives: SMS spoofing

Tsunamis, Warnings and the SMS

By | May 18, 2006

Systems — especially warning systems — need to work perfectly, or not at all. Take Thailand’s new tsunami early warning system, which recently failed a trial because busy phone networks took hours to deliver vital SMS messages, while some some warnings sent by fax didn’t turn up at all, according to AFP. (More on the drill from DPA… Read More »

Software: Type SMS Messages On Your Laptop

By | September 3, 2003

 Neat little piece of free software from Microsoft: the SMS Sender. If you use Windows XP download the widget and type out and send SMS messages from your laptop. You’ll need some sort of connection with your GSM phone — infrared, Bluetooth, or cable.     There are some limitations: It is not possible to retrieve messages from… Read More »