Phone can read documents for people who cannot see

A recently developed cell phone is able to photograph documents and read the words out loud to users who cannot see. The K-NFB reader, a partnership between technology developer Ray Kurzweil and the National Federation of the Blind, starts at about $1,500. It is able to read only typed text, but it can store information for download into a computer or a Braille note-taking device.

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