Sunday, March 08, 2009

Dispute may limit Kindle 2's usefulness for users with disabilities

Some people with visual and learning disabilities were excited by a new feature of Amazon's Kindle 2 that reads book text aloud in a computer-generated voice. But a copyright dispute has prompted Amazon to limit the feature only to publishers and authors that pre-approve the automated reading. The Wall Street Journal (free content)

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