Steven Scott gets over his technical issues and returns to Double Tap Canada this week full of excitement over his new tech toys.
With a new in-ear design, active noise cancelling and transparency mode, just what does Steven think of his new premium priced AirPod Pros?
Google Acquires Fitbit.
Fitbit have been leaders in the fitness tracker market for a long time and have a very large market share with a range of wearable devices aimed at every price point. With the recent news that Google have acquired Fitbit, just what does this mean for accessibility? Did Google just buy out Fitbit to kill the competition or could Fitbit devices become more accessible with Google behind it?
Orbit Chat Communication System.
Orbit Research have launched an exciting communication app for people who are deaf blind. Promising a simple chat experience using an Android device and the Orbit Reader 20, could this be the most affordable solution so far?
We have a question this week asking if an Antivirus program such as Avast or MalwareBytes is really necessary on an Android device and another listener askes about a possible mobility function on the Orcam System.
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