Months after announcing its privacy-focused DNS service, Cloudflare is bringing 18.104.22.168 to mobile users for iOS and Android.
In 1970 — just two years into his military career — then-Sergeant Klein contracted an eye disease, which eventually blinded him. The Air Force gave Klein an honorable medical discharge, and sent him home.
Amazon’s Alexa-controlled speakers can now keep up with their favorite musicians, thanks to Amazon Music’s New Release Notifications feature.
25.5 million adults in the United States have reported vision loss, ranging from partial to total blindness. One of those individuals is David Furukawa, who was diagnosed with a degenerative eye disease in college and gradually lost his sight. As he felt a loss his independence in tandem with vision loss, Furukawa shared his pain points with friends Tara Williams and Chris Webb.
The Center for Hearing and Communication awarded Apple the Eleanor Roosevelt Humanitarian Award for its efforts toward creating accessible products and technologies for people living with disabilities.
Verifone recently announced the introduction of Navigator, the first-of-its-kind payment feature with a fully integrated touchscreen to earn certification for accessibility and usability by the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB).
Cupertino High School senior Sanket Dange is developing an app to help the visually impaired recognize objects and read text. When you point a smartphone or tablet camera at an object, the Pigen app can speak the object’s name or read aloud the text in a sign.
Only U.S. residents will have access to the Apple Watch Series 4’s Electrocardiogram (ECG) feature when it launches. However, reports indicate that the restriction is software based and a simple tweak can unlock it for anyone.
A UC Irvine doctoral candidate and the director of a charitable organization offering recreational therapy for the visually impaired have developed special canoes that allow the blind and vision impaired to paddle solo.
An innovative solution for accessibility and orientation developed by RightHear, will make cruises completely accessible to blind and visually impaired passengers.