An idea from six years ago has finally come to fruition — the first braille activity books featuring popular Disney characters are in the hands of children across North America.
Alex Knoll’s concept app could make getting around easier for people living with a disability.
Bose Showcases audio games for Bose AR glasses, which enhances the world around you with sound.
Two computer science students from Columbus State University have put their knowledge to a practical use by creating a tool that will help visually impaired students with their work in chemistry labs.
Microsoft is changing the default way Windows works with external drives.
IrisVision recently released “IrisVision 3.0,” an updated version of a revolutionary low vision solution introduced a couple of years ago.
Have you ever wanted to set up an auto-reply text message on your iPhone for times when you can’t or don’t want respond to text messages?
Google is expanding the availability of Duplex, the voice assistant that helps you book restaurant reservations over the phone.
From the depths of the ocean to the expanses of a futuristic world, Jason Momoa is soaring to new heights in the first look at Apple’s upcoming fantasy saga series, See.
Last year, while at the Google I/O 2018 developer conference, Google previewed the John Legend’s voice as one of six new Google Assistant voices that were in the works. Thanks to Google’s DeepMind artificial intelligence and speech synthesis model WaveNet, Google can easily sample human speech, thereby cutting down on studio time, and still create realistic-sounding voices.