Bluetooth technology is very often used in mobile industry. It is used for exchanging any kind of data over short distance. Bluetooth, which is wireless technology standard, was created in 1994. And since then, it has gained a great popularity. Nowadays this technology is built in every cell phone, tablet, ebook reader, notebook, etc. It provides the transfer of audio and video files and any other data between two or more devices, which support this wireless technology. One of these devices is Bluetooth earpiece. And one of its biggest applications is in the mobile industry for making calls like hands-free.
Free spyware is an interesting advancement in communication technology. We've seen it used on computers all of the time but never on mobile phones before. And yes, it is free cell phone spy software. Some might consider it "spying" but it doesn't really have to be. As parents, we all bear the right to supervise our children especially when we're the ones paying their phone bills! All it takes is a quick installation on any smart phone or BlackBerry. With a simple user name and password, you can instantly begin monitoring any action on it straight from your computer just like the spy on Hands free equipment seen on TV!
The American Sign Language is the most common language used by the new hearing aid while speaking to others. If you are not familiar with that language then you cannot easily understand what the deaf person is trying to say to you. So it is better to be familiar with this language if you have a friend or a relative who is deaf or speechless. This will make their life also easy as they will have a person with whom they can share their thoughts without any problem.
Talk on the phone with a hands free device. If you must talk on the phone during a commute use a hands free device to keep both of your hands free while you're talking. Keep your conversations lighthearted so you don't take your concentration off the road.
Kurnai was a very dear friend. The comments that his help with hearing friends made at his funeral would not have upset him. As a deaf person, he would have smiled and accepted the fact that no harm was intended. This is another example of the differences in our cultures. While listening to the stories of his life I was upset by the mis-understandings. I was embarrassed by the 'politically incorrect' statements that hearing people were making. I was upset and felt the need to defend Kurnai's statement that "Deafness is not a Disability".