When your Google Nest or Google Home speaker or display hears (“OK Google” or “Hey Google”), it records what you say and sends the recording to Google to fulfill your request.
Some voters with disabilities will be able to cast their ballots on smart phones using blockchain technology for the first time in a U.S. election.
Technological advancements have created new opportunities for Spanish start-up to enhance the quality of life for people with various disabilities.
The City of Lethbridge is trying out a new speaker system at some of its downtown intersections to assist those who are visually impaired by providing a safer way to cross busy streets.
A Canadian startup has been named a grantee of Microsoft’s AI for Accessibility initiative, a $25 million, five year grant program launched last year to help NGOs, academics, researchers, and inventors accelerate their work for people with disabilities.
The Amazon Echo lights up whenever it’s activated, but if yours isn’t within your line of sight, you can enable an audible tone instead. Here’s how.
Google has added a new feature to Chrome that can identify the objects in an image, and describe them for blind or partially sighted users.
As part of World Sight Day, Google Maps is improving walking directions for people with visual impairments. The Google service can now offer more detailed voice guidance and new types of verbal announcements.
Scientists have developed a smartphone app that is capable of detecting the early signs of eye disease by analyzing photos of children.
Hulu has just debuted two new features to make its platform easier to use for people with visual impairments.