Top Tech Tidbits - Volume 276
The Week's News in Adaptive Technology
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1) SeroTalk Tech Chat 69 discussed Handheld and Portable Video Magnifiers
2) The September 20, 2010 post to the NFB Access Technology Blog reviews the Dice HD Radio.
3) "Apple Pickin’ Time: What’s New In iOS4.1" is the latest Tech Doctor podcast, as Robert Carter interviews Anna Dresner to discuss the latest Apple operating system.
4) Anna will be the guest on Tek Talk on GMT Tuesday, 28 September to discuss new features of Audible.
5) Stevie Wonder discusses the negative effects of the current copyright law toward the blind and disabled to a UN committee on this video.
6) The Microsoft Word script for Window-Eyes has been updated to permit better navigation between pages.
7) Sendero LookAround is a $4.99 iPhone app that gives limited information about a user's surroundings. Its sales will help the company decide if it wants to write more detailed apps for this platform.
8) Freedom Scientific has openings for tech support specialists, both at the Florida headquarters and by contract with the option of working from a distant location. those interested should email a resume to Bryan Carver
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