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Kindle 3 and Blind Access

Version 3 of Amazon's Kindle e-reader was released in late August 2010. Larry Wagner's article talks about the accessibility of this new model to blind users, and provides some usage tips.

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Sign Language and Smartphones

The University of Washington is testing its Mobile ASL software that reduces the amount of bandwidth necessary for sign language video chat for deaf users. This software will run on any phone with a front-facing camera.

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TV Ears "Senior-Friendly" HDTV

This 32-inch TV includes a built-in wireless transmitter and headset for better listening, an easy-to-use, color-coded remote control, and an automatic shut-off feature that engages after four hours of inactivity.   The price is $995 or higher; apparently, audiologists who recommend it get a commission.

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