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By Michael Barber Contributing Writer The Samsung Haven, released by Verizon in July of this year, has turned out to be a cell phone that is remarkably accessible to and usable by people who are blind or visually impaired. It … Continue reading
By Curtis Chong Contributing Writer A significant new feature of the latest version of JAWS for Windows is the Virtual Ribbon. According to JAWS’ developer, Freedom Scientific, the Ribbon is a new menu style that is available in many new … Continue reading