In this extensive interview, J.J. speaks with Peter Korn, Accessibility Architect at Amazon. Peter frankly talks about previous mis-steps Amazon has made in the area of accessibility, and where the company is currently headed in that regard. Along with a discussion of the Amazon Echo, JJ examines Amazon’s newest Fire OS tablet running the company’s VoiceView screen reader.
Be sure to visit Amazon’s Fire tablet accessibility page to learn more.
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