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Technology News for People Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired
From the American Foundation for the Blind
 May 2010 Issue  Volume 11  Number 2

In This Issue

Editor's Page-- Announcing AccessWorld's New Editor and Random Observations

Paul W. Schroeder

Product Reviews

Can an Android Make Your Mobile Phone Accessible?

Darren Burton

A Review of Oratio: A Screen Reader for BlackBerry

Darren Burton

A Product for Taking the Blues Out of Your Green

Deborah Kendrick

Lighting Up Your World: A Closer Look at Illuminated Magnifiers, Part 2

Morgan Blubaugh, Lee Huffman, and William Reuschel

24 Hours with the iPad

Bradley Hodges

Conference Wrap Up

CSUN 2010 Highlights

Bradley Hodges

Social Networking Accessibility

Facebook Chat

Marc Grossman

Appliance Update

Home Appliance Update Spring 2010

Policy Update

U.S. Access Board Meets to Begin Section 508 Revisions

Bradley Hodges

AccessWorld News

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