ICT in South Africa

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Pager and cell phone Short Message Service (SMS) are becoming prevalent for Deaf users because of their wireless mobile nature (Nelson and Underschultz, 2003). The unbridled success of text messaging has fueled demand for visual-based wireless communication to support sign language-based remote communication...
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Text and sign language relay services exist, but they are not ubiquitous (Bergmeister, Dotter, Hilzensauer, Krammer, Okorn, Orter, Skant, and Unterberger, 1999). As long as two Deaf users have the same non-audio (text, video) communication device or service, they do not need a relay service. These services include TTY, SMS (text messaging), email, chat, fax and video telephony...
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