Top Tech Tidbits for Thursday, October 11, 2012 - Volume 374
The Week's News in Adaptive Technology
A Flying Blind, LLC Publication
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1) With Public Beta #2 of JAWS for Windows Version 14, the company introduces Flexible Web, a wizard that helps you hide unwanted web content on particular pages, such as advertisements, or start particular pages reading from a specific point. Hear about it on FSCast 70:
Take the free webinar, "New in JAWS 14: Part Two, Flexible Web," on Wednesday, 24 October at 16:00 GMT:
Or hear all about JFW14 on Tek Talk on GMT Tuesday, 16 October at 00:00:
2) The October, 2012 issue of Accessworld includes What's on this Page: A Review of the SayText, Prizmo, and TextDetective iOS Reading Apps, ZoomText Reinventing Itself: A Review of ZoomText 10 and Its New Features, An Evaluation of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean Using the Nexus 7, Accessible Television for the Visually Impaired: Is It Only for the United Kingdom? and more at:
3) A reader recommends the Blue Letter Bible homepage as a powerful site containing different Bible versions, dictionaries, concordances, commentaries and audio material:
4) AI Squared will hold two free webinars, one on the ZoomText camera and the other on troubleshooting ZoomText.
5) The October, 2012 issue of the Braille Monitor contains an article entitled Braille Edge 40: The Newest Offering by HIMS Inc:
6) GW Micro now sells an approximately $2,600.00 USD portable reading machine, the ReadEasy Move:
7) The US Department of Education now offers a free Android App for identifying US currency:
8) In the podcast department, from Applevis, we have:
A Walk-Through and Demonstration of the Official Twitter App for iOS:
Apple TV: Rearranging Icons and Using the Accessibility Menu:
And A Guide to Using the Netflix iOS App with VoiceOver:
And Serotalk Podcast #127 is also out:
9) From HowToGeek, we can choose from:
How To Get a Better Wireless Signal and Reduce Wireless Network Interference:
How To Troubleshoot Internet Connection Problems:
7 Ways To Free Up Hard Disk Space On Windows:
How System Restore Works in Windows:
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