The new range of Samsung flagship phones are now available to buy, and I’ve decided to buy myself the 128GB version of the Samsung Galaxy S10. But why do this, … Continue Reading Steven Buys A Samsung Phone
Google have just announced two new features that could benefit those who are deaf or hard of hearing. The tech giant has announced Live Transcribe and Sound Amplify will be … Continue Reading Google Offers New Assistance To People Who Are Hard Of Hearing
A major assistive technology conference has just wrapped up in Orlando, Florida showcasing some of the biggest innovations in tech for disabled people. Among the big news stories out of … Continue Reading BrailleNote Touch Gets Major Upgrade At ATIA 2019
The popular social media app VoRail has launched a subscription model for its app, asking its users to pay a monthly fee to continue using the service. The service has … Continue Reading VoRail Users React To Subscription Model
The CNIB (Canadian National Institute For The Blind) has come up with a unique way to help people who need smartphones, but can’t afford to own one. Their new ‘Phone … Continue Reading CNIB ‘Phone It Forward’ Campaign Gives Smartphones To Blind People Who Need Them
While I couldn’t be with my co-hosts on @DoubleTapCanada this week due to man-flu, I was able to listen to Shaun and Tim rant on spectacularly on Episode 52 about … Continue Reading Steven’s Top 5 Things To Know About The Google Event
Twitter has become a very popular social media service among the blind and visually impaired. This is because of how easy and accessible it is to share short bits of … Continue Reading Why Aren’t Image Descriptions Automatically Enabled In Twitter?
A new app from Google means users of Android phones can now control their phones using only their voice. The idea isn’t itself new, as smart assistants built into smartphones … Continue Reading Use Your Android Phone Only Using Your Voice