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Unlocked LG G3 D855 16GB 4G LTE Android Smartphone for $499.99 [Shipped]
Techno.Trading.House via eBay offers the recently-released Unlocked LG G3 D855 16GB 4G LTE Android Smartphone in Grey or White for $499.99 with free shipping. That's the lowest total price we could find by $195. This international GSM model features a 5.5 inch 1440x2560 touchscreen LCD, Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 2.5GHz quad-core processor, 2GB RAM, 16GB memory, 13-megapixel rear camera, 2.1MP front camera, 1080p video recording, Bluetooth 4.0, 802.11ac wireless, and Google Android 4.4.2 OS (Kit Kat).
Posted Thursday, 24-Jul-2014 09:35 AM ET
Amazon Fire Phone Starting at $199.00 with Contract
Posted Wednesday, 18-Jun-2014 2:59 PM ET
Amazon.com is now taking preorders for the Amazon Fire Phone, $199.00 to $649.00, price varies with service agreement. This item will be released on July 25, 2014. The only smartphone with Dynamic Perspective, Firefly, Mayday, and more! Purchase of this phone also includes one year of Amazon Prime. Features include:
Dynamic Perspective, Firefly technology, Mayday, Immersive apps and games, One-handed short cuts, One-handed reading, Free, live, on-device tech support, 13MP camera with optical image stabilization, 1080p Video, Free unlimited cloud storage, Automatic back-up to Cloud Drive, Panorama, lenticular, and burst capture, Intelligent HDR, Free backup and restore and Accessibility features for the blind and low vision user. Click the provided link to learn more and to purchase. Click this link to learn more about Fire phone Accessibility
#WWDC: Apple Finally Adding 3rd-party Keyboard Support, Opens Door for Fleksy and MBraille
Apple is previewing many of the features that will be included in iOS 8, the next major update for the iphone and iPad and one of these features will be potentially quite useful for the blind. Apple has included third-party keyboard support, meaning apps like Fleksy and MBraille should be able to directly integrate with the operating system. This means thatyou would be able to use keyboards like Fleksy in any place where you would normally use the on-screen keyboard. By comparison, Android has had third-party keyboard support for several years.
Posted Monday, 02-Jun-2014 1:38 PM ET