Double Tap Express: Titan Sub Disaster, Braille Evolution, Orbit Speak & Hands – On With Vision Pro
Today on the show Steven and Shaun start with the tragic news of the missing Titan submersible where five souls were lost due to the disaster.
AMI’s Grace Scoffield also brings us the latest Double Tap News featuring the breaking story that Facebook will stop news content for it’s Canadian users following the arrival of a new law to ensure news content makers are paid for their work. Also the US Federal Trade Commission is taking Amazon to court over its Prime sign-up and cancellation process, a claim that Amazon strongly disagrees with. Also, a major shift could be on the horizon for the audiobook industry, with AI-generated voices potentially replacing human narrators.
Also, Google is reportedly developing a new standard for Chromebook, internally known as ‘Chromebook X’, with new devices expected to roll out by the end of the year. Much more news in the bulletin.
Also on the show. the much-anticipated Orbit Speak was discussed. Due to launch at the end of this month, it is a braille input keyboard with only speech output.
And, with the software to develop apps for Apple’s Vision Pro headset coming out this week, developers are having fun. Double Tap TV’s Marc Aflalo talks to Editor in Chief at Mobile Syrup online to hear his thoughts after being hands-on with the device.