WASHINGTON -- The latest form of cellphone messaging goes back to one of the earliest forms of communication - and it's free, totally secure and doesn't depend on finding reception: smoke signals.
Inventor Dennis Be Bel's iPhone case vaporizes lamp oil and sends out a puff of smoke. You can manipulate the puffs to send different messages - the meanings of which only you and the person you're signaling will know.
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