Amateur Hacker Jose Rodriguez on Friday unearthed another obscure, yet effective, lock screen bypass that leans on an unpatched bug in VoiceOver to gain unauthorized access to photos on a target device.
The Pixel Buds’ once exclusive feature, has the ability to translate languages at the press of a button, and now it appears to be coming to every pair of headphones that have Google Assistant built in, reports Droid-Life. The functionality was quietly announced via a change in the text of Google’s support page for the Pixel Buds, which now reads: “Google Translate is available on all Assistant-optimized headphones and Android phones.”
Blind and visually impaired pedestrians are being put at risk by the growing number of hybrid and electric vehicles on our roads, according to new research from Monash University and Vision Australia. Electric vehicles are projected to increase to more than 500 million globally by 2040.
The 38th edition of the annual GITEX (Gulf Information Technology Exhibition) is taking place at the Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC) for five days from October 14 to 18.
New voting machines for people with disabilities in Michigan were unveiled recently, ensuring that blind and visually impaired residents will be able to privately and accurately cast their vote in the upcoming midterm elections.
Hair care brand Herbal Essences has introduced a new bottle design to help visually impaired consumers. Designed by Sumaira Latif, P&G’s Special Consultant for Inclusive Design, the bottles will feature tactile indentations to differentiate shampoos and conditioners.
A court has ruled that visually impaired people should be allowed to ride roller-coasters.
Successful experiments on a herd of sheep six years ago leads to US clinical trials of the treatment to help people suffering from day blindness.
Jaguar has developed a new audio system that helps blind pedestrians avoid near-silent electric cars.
With no engine sound, the electric Jaguar I-Pace required a new way to warn blind, visually impaired and other vulnerable road users it is approaching at low speed.
British Wireless for the Blind Fund (BWBF) is providing the equipment free of charge to those with vision loss across the UK who meet its criteria and has been doing so for 90 years.