September 22, 2014
Source: Reuters — September 20, 2014 | Christina Farr and Alexei Oreskovic
“A new app that allows blind people to listen to an audio readback of printed text is receiving rave reviews,” according to Reuters. “It will enable a new level of engagement in everyday life, from reading menus in restaurants to browsing handouts in the classroom.
“The $99 app is the result of a four decades long relationship between the National Federation of the Blind and Ray Kurzweil, a… read more