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Critical Cell Phone Info- especially for Emergencies by MRisa Posted Sun 30 Oct 2011 3:43pm Your mobile phone can actually be a life saver or an emergency tool for survival. As you know, I’m all about health- in every aspect of your life- so I just had to pass on this information, which is especially helpful in times of grave emergencies.  (This was an official communication from AT&T.) Here are 4 things that you may not ... Read on »
NetBooks, iPhones, and Other Mobile Devices Helping the Handicapped – But Insurers and Medicare Don’t Cover – They Provide an $8 by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 14 Sep 2009 10:21pm Ok when we talk about saving some money on healthcare and technology being a solution, wake up folks, this is it.   This is one area that is somewhat “technology stupid” if you will. The fact that $8000.00 is paid for a device with normal internet surfing and other services disabled is nuts!   We are sure s pending a lot of money to make sure th ... Read on »
Mobile phone filming by Casdok Patient Expert Posted Thu 27 Nov 2008 11:59am C just loves to watch peoples feet as they pass by - he can get very excited much to the shock/horror and amusement of those passing. Their jaws drop to the floor, some stand rooted to the spot as they try and understand what they are seeing. Some trip as they aren’t looking where they are going. And of course you get a range of comments made. T ... Read on »
My Old Post to BlogNow: The Phone Call by Rachel M. Patient Expert Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 3:33pm 27 March 2007 - The Phone Call The meeting at the DV Prevention Centre was the beginning of November 2006. According to the discussion, the women’s shelter for disabled person would be available in a few weeks time. If there was any emergency case, the waiting period would get longer, which is completely understandable. Con ... Read on »
My Old Post to BlogNow: The Phone Call by Rachel M. Patient Expert Posted Sun 28 Sep 2008 11:10pm 27 March 2007 - The Phone Call The meeting at the DV Prevention Centre was the beginning of November 2006. According to the discussion, the women’s shelter for disabled person would be available in a few weeks time. If there was any emergency case, the waiting period would get longer, which is completely understandable. Con ... Read on »
A phone that will read content t ... by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 10 Nov 2008 4:21pm A phone that will read content to the blind user through a single button access with braille buttons available....BD K-NFB Reading Technology, Inc., a company combining the research and development efforts of the National Federation of the Blind and Kurzweil Technologies, Inc., unveils an exciting product line that will revolutionize acces ... Read on »
Code Factory releases DAISY reader for Symbian mobile phones, includes 30-day free demo by Ron Graham Patient Expert Posted Mon 11 Aug 2008 9:12pm Wow! The tech staff at Code Factory never slow down. They've released a DAISY reader for mobile phones such as those from Nokia that are running the Symbian operating system. They promise that a version is on the way for Windows Mobile as well. This news is a great innovation in several aspects. Allows people with print disabilities ... Read on »
ThL W11 make mobile phones become more secure by longtian Posted Tue 27 Aug 2013 6:26am I believe very Duo Anzhuo phone users have eaten this bitterness: column to be notified of the various push advertising annoying to not work, how to make your notification bar became quiet, but also makes the phone more secure it? Here take a look Thl Mobile Phone in this regard is how to do it. The first is the notification bar ThL W11 co ... Read on »
New Mobile Technologies Partner with Bookshare by Lon Thornburg Patient Expert Posted Sat 18 Jul 2009 12:22am Individuals with Print Disabilities Can Now Use Mobile Technologies for Accessing Bookshare Titles. Bookshare and Code Factory Announce Partnership. Individuals with print disabilities can now choose new, low-cost mobile technologies to read more than 50,000 digital books and periodicals thanks to a partnership between Bookshare, the world’s la ... Read on »
New Mobile Technologies Partner with Bookshare by Lon Thornburg Patient Expert Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:02pm Individuals with Print Disabilities Can Now Use Mobile Technologies for Accessing Bookshare Titles. Bookshare and Code Factory Announce Partnership. Individuals with print disabilities can now choose new, low-cost mobile technologies to read more than 50,000 digital books and periodicals thanks to a partnership between Bookshare, the world’s ... Read on »