In communications, a connecting point on a line. For example, a wire tap is where a recording device is wired and attached to a telephone line. See transceiver
and bridged tap
To lightly touch a touch-sensitive screen. See double tap
for more details.
To press a key on a keypad.
) See Amazon Echo
rotocol) A paging protocol used to transmit up to a thousand 7-bit characters to an alphanumeric pager. Developed in the early 1980s by the Telocator Paging Association, which later became the Personal Communications Industry Association (PCIA), TAP was also known as IXO and PET. TAP is widely used in the U.S. and throughout Europe.