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