Tag: android

  • Cash Reader – App for recognizing currency

    NOW YOU CAN SEE HOW MUCH MONEY YOU HAVE WITHOUT ASKING YOUR NEIGHBOR’S COUSIN! Cash Reader is a commercial money reading mobile app for the blind and vision impaired that enables the user to distinguish amongst a variety of currencies. Some of the currencies that this app can currently recognize include South African Rand, Bolivian […]

  • LG G4 – A worthwhile buy?

    So, here we have the LG G4.  Yes, I know it was already released in April of this year, 2015, it’s almost time for newer flagships but, better late than never.  I promise, I did try my best to get a review unit but, I guess this phone was just so popular that there was […]

  • South African Mobile Telecommunications Accessibility Survey 2015

    As South Africans who are living with disabilities, we find that we are sidelined as customers especially by the mobile networks.   The mobile networks, especially, are not necessarily interested in hearing what we’ve got to say.  They only try to conform to the minimum requirements enforced, (if ever) by ICASA.  I’m specifically thinking of […]

  • South African Banking Accessibility Survey for blind and visually impaired persons

    If you are living in South Africa and live with a visual impairment, you are no doubt one of those who might have received terrible service from your bank.   Or, just perhaps they might have amazed you with their accessibility of their products and/or services.   You may also recall the difficulty that I’ve […]

  • What we know about the upcoming Blackberry Priv

    Blackberry is really trying hard to get it right and for their sake, I hope it will give them some leverage. The Priv features a 5.4″ Quad HD display with curved glass and runs on the Snapdragon 808 chip with dual-core 1.8GHz Cortex-A57 and quad-core 1.44GHz Cortex-A53 CPU plus Adreno 418 GPU. The main camera […]

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