SeroTalk Podcast 33 – Skype for Windows and iPhone and Dr. Robert Carter

In SeroTalk Podcast 33, Michael Lauf and Ricky Enger discussed our dissatisfaction with

Navigon Mobile Navigator GPS

and their decision to remove voice navigation from pedestrian mode. We encourage everyone to

contact Navigon to tell them you want voice navigation restored to pedestrian mode in Mobile Navigator.

We also discussed:

Serotek monthly subscription packages for System Access Mobile and/or SAMNet starting at $9.95 per month

Free Accessible Event accounts, good for up to three participants, through January 31, 2010

EASI free webinar on access to Google’s Android phones on Wednesday, January 20 at 19:00 GMT or 3PM Eastern, 2PM Central or Noon Pacific

Free RFB&D keys available for use on the BookSense

Tek Talk on What was cool for blind users at the 2010 Consumer Electronics Show January 18 at 8PM Eastern


NFB Access Technology Blog on the Consumer Electronics Show

RCA voice-activated remote with macros for $39 to be released this spring

We also did two segments on

Skype for Windows and the newly accessible ap for the iPhone

and finished by speaking with Dr. Robert Carter, one of fifteen staff psychologists at

Texas A&M University.

Listen to SeroTalk Podcast 33 – Skype for Windows and the iPhone, and Interview with Dr. robert Carter.


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