SeroTalk Podcast 48, Two Bluetooth Keyboards, Apple Magic Trackpad and More

IN Podcast 48, Michael Lauf and Ricky Enger discuss the following:

Asus 10.1 Netbooks can now be had for $199.
Add a System Access Atom License for $149, and you can have a netbook with screen reader for under $350
The latest beta of Google Chrome works with System Access

Study finds 60 Percent of Americans fear blindness more than heart disease

Oracle Sues Google Over Android

Internet Explorer 9 Beta Launches on September 15, but Not for XP Users

Six million malicious files found in the past 3 months is a New Site that Lists Accessible iPhone Apps with Descriptions

71 Page PDF of #S3304 passed by U.S. Senate August 5, 2010

Audible Book: How to Run an Online Business that Pays and Pays by Joel Comm

New talking TV set top box and Apple built-in accessibility features on Insight Radio Podcast

Drupal 7 is working toward better accessibility to Their Web Site Builder

What To Do If You Drop Your iPhone or Cell Phone In Water

Apple manager charged with allegedly leaking secrets for kickbacks

Though 4.1 is just days away, Apple releases iOS 4.0.2 to fix security vulnerabilities

PhoneAble Syncs Your iPhone with Multiple iTunes Libraries

Paul Merrell shares his first impressions of the newly released Openbook 9.0 from Freedom Scientific

Buddy Brannan reviews the Freedom I-Connex bluetooth keyboard

Mike Calvo tells us about the BT Key Mini Bluetooth Keyboard

Scott Rutkowski joins us in the studio as we demonstrate Apple’s new Magic TrackPad, giving touch screen access to the iMac and older MacBooks

Listen to SeroTalk Podcast 48, Two Bluetooth Keyboards, Apple Magic Trackpad and More!


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