With generous usage guidelines four concurrent streams, up to seven user profiles per account, Disney+ is inevitably going to be shared by people.
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.
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.
A new iOS 13 feature called QuickPath is going to change the way you type on your iPhone, including the new iPhone 11. Even after Apple began to allow third-party keyboard apps on the iPhone and iPad, its own keyboard lacked the option for gesture typing.
In this year’s iOS 13 release for iPhone and watchOS 6 for Apple Watch, Apple is implementing a pair of new hearing features, designed to help you prevent exposing yourself to loud environments and headphones levels for extended periods of time.
As blind and visually impaired people, we’ve all lost something in the house at one point or another.
All Lego sets come with visual instructions that indicate where builders should place each piece. But guidance wasn’t accessible for the blind, until now.
In iOS 13, with a second set of AirPods or PowerBeats Pro, two people can listen to the same audio from one device at once. Here is how it works.
How to Install iOS 13 Beta