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Talking Tech

IN MOST of the previous Talking Tech articles I’ve concentrated on apps which are available via smartphones and tablets. However, many people who lose their eyesight do so as a result of age-related issues and, if they grew up in the pre-digital era, some of these individuals can be reluctant to try to learn how to use a smartphone or tablet. This is understandable since there is a lot to learn and it can be tricky, especially if you wait until your eyesight has more or less gone before trying to join the digital world. Fortunately, there is a gadget which has been designed speciically for visually impaired people and which does not require a great deal of technical know-how to use. It is called RNIB In Your Pocket and, as the name suggests, it is available from the RNIB.

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Welcome to the new scrumdiddlyumptious issue of the award winning iScot Magazine number 54 The front cover artwork is designed by Stewart Kerr Brown and represents our maybe new Prime Minister of Boris Johnson pictured as John Bull with a hint of Pennywise from IT by Stephen King . We’re screwed tbh.