Join James, Jessica, and Nelson as they discuss some of the top stories from CBT this week.
The team talks about the new features available in the Windows 10 Creators Update. They let you know what new accessibility features are available, and talk about how you can get the update. Make sure that you click the link above so that you can read Tamas Geczy’s review of the next version of Windows. The article is in two parts and is full of a wealth of information.
Arizona State associate professor, Bradley Greger, has developed an implant that is placed directly in the visual cortex of the brain to provide visual data to those who don’t have functional retinas.
With help from Aira, Erich Manser, a member of the accessibility team at IBM, is making an amazing run in the Boston Marathon.
Nelson lets us know what all the buzz is about.
The BuzzClip is a complementary mobility tool to address upper body and head level obstacles.
Jessica dares you to build an empire and join her on a quest with the iOS game, Crafting Kingdom.
James invites you to share in his strange reading habits by delving into this unusual science fiction novel by Rob Reid, the founder of Rhapsody.