Best of YouTube: Apple Vs DOJ, Mobility Aids & JAWS Kiosks

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In this episode of the Double Tap YouTube podcast, hosts Steven Scott and Shaun Preece discuss and analyze the latest news and updates in the world of technology and accessibility for blind and partially sighted individuals.

They delve into the topic of the antitrust case brought forward by the U.S. Department of Justice against Apple, exploring the irony of the case and the potential implications for tech companies.

They also discuss the ongoing evolution of mobility aids and the potential benefits and drawbacks of integrating new technology into these devices, highlighting the need for careful consideration and inclusivity in the development of these tools.

The hosts also interview Michael Babcock and dive into the complexities of the Apple antitrust case, discussing the implications for iMessage and the potential impact on user experience.

Additionally, the hosts talk to Matt Ater from Vispero about the new JAWS kiosk, a screen-reader accessible audio recorder that aims to improve accessibility and usability for blind and visually impaired individuals in various settings, such as restaurants, hotels, and recording environments. They explore the features and functionalities of these new recorders and their potential impact on the accessibility of audio recording for a variety of users.

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