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Vision Australia's Senior Adaptive Technology Consultant David Woodbridge talks with Stephen Jolley about the latest developments and gadgets in the t 
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Some Bad News, Twitter Purchased by Elon Musk with 50% of employees being laid Off 

 

Our thoughts go out to all of the Twitter staff who were laid off and those who are still working in difficult times. For the blind and low vision community, it is very disturbing that the team responsible for insuring accessibility within the slashed engineering team have also been laid off.

 

https://www.theverge.com/2022/11/4/23439790/elon-musk-twitter-layoffs-trust-and-safety-teams-severance

 

October 2022 Exploring Tech Webinar, How I use Apple Products Youtube Recording

 

A bit of a ramble (smile) from me about all the things I use my Apple gadgets for smile.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ngAsza8Sho

 

Change of Day/Time for Tech Friday starting in Jan 2023

 

To accommodate more people and to make life a bit easier for me (smile), Tech Friday is moving to Tech Monday and will be at 8Pm so folks who work, study etc can make our regular chat about tech weekly catch up.

Same link.

 

https://visionaustralia.zoom.us/j/97051095582

 

The Hable One Custom Keyboard for VoiceOver users on iOS Now Has an App

 

Rather than having to update the firmware in the Hable One via Microsoft Windows, you can now to this via the Hable app only on iOS for the moment.

It is also hoped that other functionality will be added to the app in time.

 

Here is the link to the Hable iOS app (and you will need updated firmware hardware to use this on your Hable One device):

 

https://apps.apple.com/za/app/hable/id1626484835

 

Contact Hable One to see if your device is compatible to use the app and/or how to get your device updated.

 

https://www.iamhable.com

 

How I Use my iPhone as a WebCam for my Mac mini running Mac OS Ventura

 

Very simple, take my locked iPhone near my Mac mini, and it automatically gets recognised as a wifi WebCam.

If it doesn’t connect for some reason, plug in via USB..

Note - only for iPhone XR and above.

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