SGD interface for mobiles wins on Inventors

Last year I met Toan Nguyen at a seminar in Adelaide. Tonight I was watching The New Inventors on ABC TV and Toan was on as a contestant with his SGD Mobile Access interface : SGD Mobile Access is a software interface added to existing technology. This enables users who do not have the useContinue reading “SGD interface for mobiles wins on Inventors”

Bluetooth & My PDA – my ongoing saga

Over at Frank Arrigo’s blog he has the low down on a kludge to get VoiceCommand to take commands straight from a BT headset. frankarr – an aussie microsoft blogger : K-JAM, Microsoft Voice Command, Bluetooth earpiece and a registry hack Longtime readers will know the ongoing battle I’ve had with this BT stuff onContinue reading “Bluetooth & My PDA – my ongoing saga”

Bluetooth and PDA interoperability – again

Here I am again reporting on the PDA-Bluetooth issues I’ve alluded to in previous posts and written about in a paper about mobile technologies for people with a disability. As a result of that I’ve pointed my feed reader over at the bluetoothlounge.com. A hugely indepth article about the technical problems of why it’s soContinue reading “Bluetooth and PDA interoperability – again”

XEG, the mobile phone pad

I’m not sure exactly what functions of a mobile telephone this controls (aside from the games, obviously) but if it controls more than just games, one of these type mobile phone extenders could prove handy for accessing those phones with tiny buttons. You can see a lot of close-up images from the link below. viaContinue reading “XEG, the mobile phone pad”