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SUNspot 9 - Wireless Use and Usability by People with Dexterity Limitations, 2011.09.16

This SUNspot addresses the following questions related to people with dexterity limitations. 1) How many have mobile wireless phones? 2) How important is their wireless device and why? 3)What is the level of satisfaction with the device they have, and have they modified it to make it easier?

SUNspot 8 - Preferences for Text-based Messaging and Mobile Internet, 2011.08.04

A review of data from the Wireless RERC's Survey of User Needs (SUN). This SUNspot focuses on the consumer preferences for text-based messaging and mobile internet by people with disabilities.

SUNspot 7 - Device Customization and Apps, 2011-07-18

A review of data from the Wireless RERC's Survey of User Needs (SUN). This SUNspot focuses on customization of wireless devices and use of software applications ("apps") by people with disabilities.

SUNspot 6 - People with Disabilities, Income, and Wireless Access - 2011.03.30

A review of data from the Wireless RERC's Survey of User Needs (SUN). This SUNspot focuses on the the impact of household income on wireless technology use by people with disabilities.

SUNspot 5 - Wireless Users with Hearing Impairment, 2011.01.07

A review of data from the Wireless RERC's Survey of User Needs (SUN). This SUNspot focuses on the use and usability of wireless technology by people with hearing impairment.

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