My response to the New York Times article at
For the Blind, Technology Does What a Guide Dog Can’t
This is a good step in making Google’s Android accessible. However, using my Nokia E51 with Wayfinder Access and the vOICe, I can already do all of the things outlined in the article.
As regards touch screens, thank you. Give me a good keyboard and or speech-recognition any day. Finally, if I ever had to use a touch screen, I would rather have a single fixed point represent an item on the screen rather than an adaptive one. Just imagine having to type 5 before you type the actual number you want to dial or, am I misinterpretting the description in the article?