gdewsbury have produced a number of technology related publications on mobile technologies.
Buying a tablet computer – Sixteen tips to help make your choice
These days, the choice of what computer has more difficult with the introduction of the iPad and tablet computing. In this simple to read guide, Dr Dewsbury provides sixteen tips to help a potential buyer ensure they get the best tablet for their money. Available from Amazon in Kindle format. ASIN: B008GMD5FG
Easy to use mobile phones
In this book Dr Dewsbury reviews forty five of the most common UK phones that are easy to use. The book provides and easy to understand no nonsense approach to purchasing a mobile phone and explains the features that are most common.
The book highlights phones that are readily available in the UK.
In the book Dr Dewsbury focuses on sight difficulties, hearing impairments, phones for safety and simple phones designed for older people. Available from Amazon on Kindle. ASIN: B008GMH7C8
A guide to buying a mobile phone for the over 50’s
Do you know someone who is considering purchasing a mobile phone or someone who will be upgrading their phone soon?
The mobile phone had been considered a young person’s gadget for a long time and most phones are primarily aimed at the younger audience in their design and features. However, there is a change occurring. This guide looks at the current generation of mobile phones designed for the over 50′s or people who are experiencing deterioration with dexterity, hearing or vision.
This guide is designed to show the breadth of selection of mobile phones and provides information for making an informed choice. The guide’s contents include a discussion on technophobia and technology acceptance, the features to consider and how these are applied to the use of the phone. The guide also highlights phones that are hearing aid compatible, have large fonts, large displays and other important features. The guide lists 45 appropriate (non-smart) phones available in the UK and reviews 12 of them in detail.
The eBook is available from Amazon in the UK or in the US at Amazon . The eBook is published in .mobi format for Kindle but other formats are available directly by contacting gdewsbury. ASIN: B007U5VG0G
gdewsbury also publish articles for magazines and journals. These include the ‘TechTalk’ column in Disability Magazine.