In this episode Quentin gives a demonstration of the currant version of Microsoft’s Windows 10. He looks at the differences in TTS and other features in Windows 10 as compared to previous versions of Windows.
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In this podcast Leonid demonstrates a simple way to flash a stock Android rom on to a Google Nexus device.
Hi, I wanted to let everyone know about our first game for Android, “RapiTap! Accessible game” The idea is to tap targets fast & avoid decoys. It’s adrenaline pumping, challenging and accessible! The perfect short, fast-paced, heart racing game! Tap the yellow circles as fast as you can, but avoid the red crosses. Sound easy? The concept might be, but see if you think so by the time you get to “Impossible!” mode. Speed of the game is based on your reaction time, so you really are playing against yourself. RapiTap is one of the first accessible, real time reaction based games available for Android and is a quick adrenaline rush for anyone, fully sighted or not. Available now, ad-free and no permissions needed on Google Play. Particularly for Talkback users, I’ve included here an audio walkthrough of the game.
Cullen demonstrates the new accessibility features found on Comcast’s X1 cable box. You can browse the guide, set your DVR, as well as browse for movies using the on demand service with speech output from the cable box.
Apple finally announced the much anticipated Apple Watch, at a special event held in San Francisco. The watch, having three models, tHE Sport made out of aluminum, the stainless steel collection model, and the solid gold Edition will be available for pre-order on April 10 and released to the public on April 24. They come in two sizes, the 38 mm and the 42 mm with a variety of different bands. Prices very greatly depending on the band for the watch chosen by the wearer, but the Sport starts at $349 US, the stainless steel collection starts at $549 US and the solid gold Edition starts at a whopping $10000 US. The keynote presented by Apple was already the most talked about thing in technology, but now that the Apple Watch has been shown off to the public, the hype surrounding the product has only increased, and will most likely continue to until the watch is released. One cause for excitement is the feature set of the Apple Watch.
Justin demonstrates the Logitech K760 Keyboard, explaining some of the highlights and lowlights. He says good-bye to battery hassles, this wireless keyboard is powered by any light, low light and lamp light, indoors and out. Fully charged, it works for at least three months.
Listen in as Cullen demonstrates a fully accessible phone from Odin Mobile. The ODIN VI is a talking cell phone that is 100 percent accessible to the blind. It speaks everything that is on the screen, speaks the keys that you press and even prompts you to perform certain functions. Create your own contacts and move through your contact list to hear the names read out loud. Write text messages and hear your incoming messages spoken to you. Access your call log to learn which calls you missed.
Pull up a chair as Kayaker serves up the Lattissima Plus Espresso Machine, With its advanced technology, this new generation of Lattissima delivers an even simpler and more intuitive operation thanks to its new One Touch System. Exceptional Cappuccino and Latte Macchiato are prepared wit h milk froth with the touch of a button.
Blind Yoda takes the full power of the New Dell Venue 8 Pro Tablet featuring Windows 8.1 and Office Home & Student 2013. She configures and demonstrates jesters and keyboard commands on the tablet for the first time.
Sadam demonstrates how to backup to iCloud and setting up the new iPad Air. Unbelievably thin and light. And yet it’s so much more powerful and capable. With the A7 chip, advanced wireless, and great apps for productivity and creativity — all beautifully integrated with iOS 7. iPad Air lets you do more than you ever imagined. In more places than you ever imagined. All-new design, leaner and definitely meaner. It is impossibly thin but incredibly solid thanks to its aluminum unibody design. It dropped almost a quarter of the volume of the previous-generation iPad. So it weighs just one gravity-defying pound. But what makes iPad Air truly remarkable is that it packs so much more power and capability into its sleek enclosure. So you can do even more with it, while carrying even less with you.