Bang out Morse code distress messages from your Sprint EVO MC.
There’s been quite a dust up regarding the National Association of Broadcasters’ proposed federal legislation which would require a FM tuner in each and every mobile phone. Despite your perceived music royalty focus of the “Performance Act,” which some have called the last gasp of a dying industry, the NAB’s primary and patriotic concern is actually national security – contributing to the safety of all US citizens:
From a public safety perspective, it is critically important to have broadcast radio’s unparalleled lifeline service available instantaneously in times of emergency.
We, too, here at ZNF are security-focused patriots. And don’t believe the proposed legislation goes far enough in covering all possible manner of calamity. So we’ve mocked up a few other mobile enhancements using what you might have (incorrectly) assumed were antiquated technologies.
Tune into NOAA weather alerts with the iPhone 6 Shortwave.
Playback low fidelity ransom messages on the Retrograde Galaxy S.