February 2013 Issue  Volume 14  Number 2

In This Issue

Editor's Page

February is Low Vision Awareness Month

Product Release

Product Announcement: AFB AccessNote Notetaker App Released!

by Darren Burton

The American Foundation for the Blind is excited to announce the release of AccessNote, the notetaker app for your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch!

Technology Issues

2012: A Technology Year in Review

by J.J. Meddaugh

Before we get too far into 2013, let's take a moment to remember the most influential and talked about technology stories from the year gone by.

DeWitt TrainingWare Finds a New Home

by Deborah Kendrick

My Digital Apex purchases TrainingWare from DeWitt and Associates and makes plans to move access training forward.

Braille Technology

More than a Line: What the Future Holds for Refreshable Braille

by Deborah Kendrick

The refreshable braille display that is "more than a line" is finally looming in our foreseeable future.

Product Evaluations

Product Evaluation of Apple TV 3rd Generation: Apple Maintains Accessibility Excellence

by Aaron Preece

Apple TV uses your Internet connection to provide you with access to the wide range of titles available from the iTunes Store as well as providing access to Netflix, Hulu+, YouTube, and more.

An Electronic Magnifier that Gestures toward the Future: A Review of Flick by Sight Enhancement Systems and Issist Assistive Technologies Inc.

by John Rempel

Competitors may want to take heed. The Flick electronic magnifier represents a significant paradigm shift in the way that electronic magnifiers can be used.

E-mail for Your Ears: A Review of the Fully Functioning Talkler iOS App

by Janet Ingber

If you are looking for a hands-free app to read your e-mail, then Talkler is certainly worth trying. There is a free version of Talkler, so no expense is necessary.

AccessWorld News

AccessWorld News

Letters to the Editor

Talkler App and the Future of Braille Get Readers Talking

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