Sorenson just released a new update that take advantage of the iPhone 5′s 4-inch display. Go to the App Store and grab the update!
You can download the update via iTunes here.
Yesterday, I attended at the Deaf and Hard of Hearing in Government, DHHIG Conference at the George Washington University in Washington DC.
Today, I was at the Deaf and Hard of Hearing in Government or ‘DDHIG’ conference at George Washington University in Washington D.C. A Sorenson employee revealed a new product called Sorenson n-one. The new Sorenson n-one is supposed to compete with ZVRS’ Z20 and Z-150. It is pretty much like all-in-one form factor. There is a nice flat screen, much bigger than the Z-20 and the main board is hidden behind the TV. He stated that the n-one is supposed to work with the IT’s firewall with ease.
Today, Sorenson announced an updated firmware for the ntouch VP. You do not have to do anything because your ntouch VP will download the new update automatically; just be patience!
Here is the full changelog:
- Enhanced Video Center with multiple channels, programs, …
How do Sorenson videophones compare to the competition? In this video, we show that Sorenson videophones make it easy to keep your registered address up-to-date in case of an emergency.
How do Sorenson videophones compare to the competition? In this video, we show that Sorenson videophones have an easy user interface that is designed just for you.
A fan of DeafTechNews recently reported to me that iPad does support ntouch now, it is now called ntouch Tablet for iPad and ntouch Mobile for iPhone.
What’s new in Version 1.3.637 (Updated Jan 05, 2012)