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Nokia teams up with Neil Squire Society to help disabled phone users


Through a partnership with the Neil Squire Society, a Canadian non-profit that serves Canadians with physical disabilities, Nokia is building a new Hands Free Adapter (HFA) to bring wireless communication to those with serious mobility impairments. There aren't a lot details as to the actual operation of the device, but it seems to somehow interface with traditionally used controls available to the disabled. The HFA will be compatible with select Nokia phones -- no word if it works over Bluetooth -- and should be out this fall.

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