Researchers of the Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV) and the Hospital Universitari Politècnic La Fe have developed a new application, currently in beta, to assist people around the city of Valencia (Spain), especially those who have temporary or permanent reduced mobility by warning users of any urban barrier.
Apple has acknowledged a flaw in its FaceTime software that allowed for brief eavesdropping, even if the recipient did not pick up.
In some cases the target iPhone could send video without the receiver’s knowledge.
The company said it had developed a fix and an update would be rolled out this week.
Bristol Airport, UK, has launched a new solution to assist blind and partially sighted passengers while at the airport.
Domino’s Pizza has been told its website and app must be made fully accessible to blind people, after losing a legal case in the US.
The Boy Scouts of America have released Braille versions of all four Cub Scout handbooks: Tiger, Wolf, Bear and Webelos. Now every Cub Scout can follow each chapter of his or her Cub Scouting journey.
A 12-year-old girl from Holyport has started a website to empower young people to be proud of who they are.
A platform that combines cutting-edge diagnostic tools and ultra-fast laser technology developed at the University of Alberta could usher in a new era of non-invasive medical interventions for eye diseases.
The Olmsted Center for Sight is going through an extreme makeover, designed to provide more opportunities and better service.
A product developed by a Georgia based company is barely visible to the eye, but it’s changing how diabetics see.
Soon children with visual impairments across North America will get to find out what Mickey Mouse “looks like” thanks to the efforts of a Windsor couple.