Mobile Speak 4.0 has just been released and, as with all products from Code Factory, has taken mobile handset screen reading and magnification, for the blind and low vision, to an even higher standard of world class excellence.
With the new Mobile Speak 4.0, blind and low vision mobile handset owners may now select from a full range of the most popular mobile phones on the market including those based on the Windows Mobile and Symbian operating systems be they a full touch screen device or non touch screen or a combination of the two.
And it gets even better: Included in the new Mobile Speak 4.0 is a brilliantly integrated easy-to-use tool, Touch Test Drive, that provides new users detailed step-by-step training instructions on not only the proper way to use hand gesture commands but even how to determine the physical boundaries and layout of the touch-sensitive area of the display screen.
You know something? It just doesn’t get any better than this! (Smile)
The following link will take you to an approximately 13 minute audio demonstration in which I showcase the new Mobile Speak 4.0 Touch Test Drive.
Episode 44: The New Mobile Speak 4.0 Touch Test Drive
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SAND AND STONE
Two friends were walking through the desert.
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Do the following in order to add what is essentially a Speed Dial telephone number to your iPhone 3GS Home Screen: Read the rest of this entry »
I hope you enjoy this approximately 45 minute episode of the 1970s CBS Mystery Theater radio drama, Yesterday’s Murder, published here as a Candle Shore Podcast.
As you listen to this episode remember that it is sometimes better to quit while you’re ahead.
Episode: Yesterdayâ€™s Murder
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The following tip applies to all versions of Windows including Xp and Vista.
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Trying to decide between which United States wireless network provider is the right one for you?
Click Here to read a very informative PC Magazine article that will help you answer this question.
Hello My Fellow Office Orbiters
Here is another really cool tip, by Neil J. Rubenking.
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