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Top Tech Tidbits for Thursday, August 29, 2019 - Volume 720

The Week's News in Access Technology

A Flying Blind, LLC Publication

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1) All About Android

This YouTube edition of the latest All About Android Podcast discusses many topics including Android 10:

2) Accessible Products Hotline Launches

EnVision, a Wichita company, is launching a hotline where blind people can ask questions and receive recommendations regarding accessible devices:

3) How to Clear the Cache on a Windows 10 Computer in 3 Ways to Help it Run More Efficiently

This article comes from Insider:

4) Navilens Navigation System on Eyes on Success

Hear about this system which is free for personal use:

5) Bookworm Free Open-Source eBook Reader for Windows

This is a newly-released app:

6) Webinar on Microsoft Teams

This next Microsoft Accessibility Learning Webinar will take place Wednesday, 18 September 2019 at 19:00 GMT. Register here:

7) Apple publishes FAQ Page Addressing Siri Privacy and Common Concerns

This comes from 9To5Mac:

8) Accessible Android Apps

Here is one user's list of apps he likes that are accessible:

9) Accessibility support for Microsoft To-Do

It appears that a lot of attention is going into the development of this app:

10) Blind Bargains Qast 188

this is a summary of interviews from the exhibit halls, and more:

11) Google Docs Adds "Live Edit (TM)" Accessibility Tool for Real-Time Collaboration

And this comes from 9to5Google:

12) 9 Awesome GSuite Features That its Designers Wish More People Knew About

This ZDNet article follows the Google theme:

13) iACast #126

The team discusses the question, "What potential features would make you want to upgrade your device?"


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