Listen to SeroTalk Podcast 87: A Solution Looking For A Problem
This week, Jamie Pauls, Ricky Enger, and Joe Steinkamp once again discuss the top news stories of the week. Stories which we discuss in this episode include:
Are carriers responsible for mobile tracking software
Tech News Today discusses this story beginning with episode 384.
They continue the discussion in episode 385.
2 reports of iPhones smoking
You asked for it, now here it is! @LookTel releases a performance update today that significantly improves recognition performance!
iPad, iPhone, iPod touch are childrenâ€™s 3 most-wanted gifts Â
The 10 Most Awesome Apps You Need To Buy This Holiday Season
Last Christmas for tax free Internet shopping?: Washington Times | A bipartisan consensus appears to be forming …
The best tech gifts for under $50
Enjoy a feast of the 50 free apps we’re most thankful for
Those barcode-looking things? They’re called QR codes. Here’s what they do.
Black Friday, Cyber Monday euphoria: Clicks cannibalize bricks
How to get notified when prices drop on Amazon
Amazon Releases Kindle Source Code
AT&T Acquisition of T-Mobile Looks Less Likely Than Ever
Facebook Just Made A Major Deal With The Government To Protect User’s Privacy
WordPress launches WordAds ad program in partnership with Federated Media
Microsoft rolls out public beta for latest Security Essentials
Window-Eyes 7.5.2 is Now Available!
NVDA 2011.3 Released!
New enhanced firmware 4.47 for Milestone 312 & 212 DAISY Players / Recorders now available
The BookSense Master is coming soon! Â
BookSense Master is companion software for BookSense and BookSense XT…
ZoomText 10 Has Arrived!
@NFB_voice: Good news: you can now access our flagship publication, the Braille Monitor, on @NFB_NEWSLINE!
A new method for solving captchas is in the works. Will it work better than existing solutions?
We discuss the following podcasts available on the SeroTalk Podcast Network:
This Month In AT for November
That Android Show 3 This is what a row of books sounds like
We respond to several emails this month. We always appreciate your feedback, so keep those emails, tweets, calls, and iReports coming.
Disney Web Access Case Settles Before Trial
Research: Handwriting Communication System Could Let the Visually Impaired Feel Their Messages
New cane for the blind uses Foursquare checkins to locate nearby friends
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