7/7/2009

Two national groups representing people with visual disabilities are suing Arizona State University and asking for federal reviews of other colleges' efforts to distribute textbooks on Amazon's Kindle DX, an electronic book reader. To turn on the device's text-to-speech function, a person must use the on-screen menu. That function is not accessible to the visually impaired, according to a plaintiff in the lawsuit.

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