After Amazon introduced the original Echo smart speaker in 2013, not everyone wanted to buy a new speaker just to get access to Alexa.
As of April 30, the Cortana bot will no longer be a part of Skype.
Martial arts instructor George Freeman said he believes everyone has the right to defend themselves, and he’s working to share that belief with others through a self-defense program for the blind.
Ubisoft’s The Division 2 is the latest game to tackle accessibility options, launching with an assortment of settings aimed at increasing inclusivity for gamers with disabilities.
a new brand called Grace is making it its first priority to offer accessories that make makeup more accessible to those with physical challenges.
Google is releasing a new tool called Accessibility Scanner for iOS — that’s designed to make it easier to develop iOS apps that accommodate visually and hearing-impaired users.
HaptImage LLC, a startup affiliated with Purdue University, has developed a new technology that will be particularly applicable to students in technical fields like engineering and science since it will help them to better visualize graphics.
How you can ask Assistant for a Play Store refund, but you must be using US English to make it work.
Be My Eyes, an app that offers visual assistance for people who are blind or have sight loss, now offers live customer support from Google through the Specialized Help platform.
How a designer came up with a wallet that can help the visually impaired identify banknote denominations