SAM Vibe Screenshot

This demonstration is a very special presentation that we prepared for Spacial Audio, makers of SAM Broadcaster, to provide information about their new SAM Vibe product that is designed with the visually impaired in mind. SAM Vibe provides a friendly user interface for the novice to intermediate broadcaster to create their own Internet radio station in the cloud. Spacial provides a free account so that you can get started immediately. If you have an idea for a tip, trick or tidbit, please feel free to submit it for a possible upcoming episode!

Visit SAMVibe.com

Visit Spacial.com

View the Official Press Release of SAM Vibe

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This democast discusses aids to navigate an iOS device. We discuss the screen protectors sold by Speed Dots as well as various basic commands for bluetooth keyboards. If you have an idea for a tip, trick or tidbit, please feel free to submit it for a possible upcoming episode!

To find out more information about the products sold by Speed Dots for iOS devices like the iPhone and iPad, please visit SpeedDots.com, follow them on Twitter @SpeedDots, and “Like” them on Facebook by visiting Facebook.com/SpeedDots.

To find out about purchasing an Apple Bluetooth Keyboard, please visit Store.Apple.com and if you’d like a list of VoiceOver commands visit HLLF.com.

If you are looking for a case to carry your Apple Bluetooth keyboard, we like the InCase Origami Workstation that we reviewed in Tech Access Daily Tip #200.

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This democast will explore the RS Games website and client for visually impaired gaming. We will also play and demonstrate Yahtzee! Thanks to Missy and Aeden for assisting in preparation for this show! If you have an idea for a tip, trick or tidbit, please feel free to

Visit the RS Games website

Follow @RS_Games on Twitter

Follow Missy (@Mitmee_Pie) on Twitter

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This DemoCast will show how to use the Fleksy Happy Typing application for iOS (Version 1.1). This app has been recognized as App of the Month by AppleVIS and RNIB in August 2012. If you have an idea for a tip, trick or tidbit, please feel free to submit it for a possible upcoming episode!

Visit Fleksy.com

View Fleksy Happy Typing in iTunes (FREE to try!)

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This DemoCast will discuss how-to use Internet Explorer and Live Mail for subscribing, reading and maintaining your RSS feeds. If you have an idea for a tip, trick or tidbit, please feel free to submit it for a possible upcoming episode!

Visit Microsoft’s page on Internet Explorer and RSS for more information.

Visit Microsoft’s Internet Explorer Homepage

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This democast will cover the newly updated Amazon Kindle For PC. If you have an idea for a tip, trick or tidbit, please feel free to submit it for a possible upcoming episode!

Download Kindle For PC with Accessibility Plugin

Amazon Kindle Store

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Eyesight App LogoThis democast is an interview with Michael Brooks of SightTech who make an iOS application called Eyesight which is marketed as a video magnifier replacement when combined with an iPhone, iPad, etc. We also provide our opinions of the app following the interview.

Visit SightTech.us

View Eyesight on iTunes

Follow SightTech on Twitter

Like SightTech on Facebook

During our discussion we mentioned another video magnifier application for iOS called Vision Assist that you may want to check out as well.

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This democast is a review of the new and highly anticipated Braille Edge 40 by HIMS. If you have an idea for a tip, trick or tidbit, please feel free to submit it for a possible upcoming episode!

Visit the Braille Edge 40 Page

Visit HIMS Site for more products

Follow HIMS on Twitter, @HIMS_Inc

If you are in the market for a Braille display, we recently reviewed the Humanware Brailliant 40 that you can find here.

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“WWDC & more!”

Listener Mail

Robby is looking for a way to get high contrast theme settings onto a Blackberry Bold 9900 that is fully up to date. The Clarity theme only works on 9900’s that are not updated.

Security

LinkedIn confirms passwords were ‘compromised’

eHarmony member passwords compromised

Last.fm warns users of password leak

Check for your password being leaked via LastPass for LinkedIn, eHarmony, and Last.FM.

Microsoft Patches 26 Flaws, Warns of Zero-Day Attack

Flash update for Mac adds silent background updating

Facebook changes data-use policy despite 87% poll opposition

Kaspersky: Devious cyber-weapons share software DNA

Apple News

Apple’s WWDC Keynote by the Numbers

Apple’s WWDC news: New Macbook Pros, iOS 6, upgraded Siri

Retina MacBook Pro full of Air-style proprietary parts

iOS 6 Features you Might Have Missed

Apple using TomTom and OpenStreetMap data in iOS 6 Maps app

Apple releases iTunes 10.6.3

Accessibility News

ZoomText 10.0.3 Has Landed!

NVDA 2012.2.1 Released

“Get on the Bookshare Express” Summer Reading Event!

Blind Olympic torch bearer runs unguided, assisted only by smartphone

What Were You Thinking?

Story #1

Story #2

Other Notes

To view these stories and other considerations, please visit our Delicious bookmarks page.

Please check out our other podcasts Tech Access Democast and Book Hoarders Anonymous.

You may also want to follow us on Twitter: @RodneyEdgar, @ErinEdgar, and @TA_Weekly.

We would greatly appreciate it if listeners and fans would write a short review in iTunes for our shows as well as other visually impaired and blindness related content. These reviews go a long way to promoting the community and getting the word out because without community involvement there are no shows!

Tech Access Weekly
Tech Access Democast
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“Don’t Step in It”

This week we discuss a Password Breach at LinkedIn, US and Israel Confirmed Behind Stuxnet, Flame Virus Used Microsoft Certificate Loophole, Firefox 13 Released, AT&T Helps Android Developers Make Efficient Apps, Windows 8 Upgrade Program, Google Warning About Gmail Hacks, Google Voice Adds New Anonymous Caller Options, Twitter Tweaks Servers For Better Performance, Twitter Usage Doubles Among Users, Facebook Surveys Users About Potential Privacy Changes, All Things D Releases Kara Swisher & Walt Mossberg Interviews with Steve Jobs in Audio and Video, Spoken Layer, NFB Release Newsline App for iOS, BlindSquare for iOS, WebAIM Screenreader Survey #4 Results, ITC Judge Uses Cheech and Chong to Decide Apple Versus Samsung Case, WWYT #1, WWYT #2, and much more! To view these stories and other considerations, please visit our Delicious bookmarks page.

Please check out our other podcasts Tech Access Democast and Book Hoarders Anonymous.

You may also want to follow us on Twitter: @RodneyEdgar, @ErinEdgar, and @TA_Weekly.

We would greatly appreciate it if listeners and fans would write a short review in iTunes for our shows as well as other visually impaired and blindness related content. These reviews go a long way to promoting the community and getting the word out because without community involvement there are no shows!

Tech Access Weekly
Tech Access Democast
Tech Access Daily Tips

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