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Intro to Podcasts

Posted by Rob Mineault on

Need a brief overview of what a podcast is and how to get started? Read on as we give you everything you wanted to know about podcasts but were afraid to ask in fear of looking silly!

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Let It Beacon: Creating Accessible Indoor Spaces

Posted by Rob Mineault on

You may be hearing the word 'beacon' a lot lately in association with accessibility and different mobility aids. With this post, we dissect with the technology to give you a better understanding of what it is and how it works along with its implications for mobility aids and indoor navigation for the visually impaired.

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What to Know Before You Buy A Video Magnifier

Posted by Steven Barclay on

This article is intended to help someone who is unfamiliar with video magnifier technology learn about the various options and advantages of the technologies available on the market today.

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Google I/O 2018 and Android Accessibility

Posted by Rob Mineault on

Google's annual developer's conference, Google I/O took place this week and we take a quick spin through some of the Accessibility related announcements that were revealed.

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Virtual Assistants : To Google or Not to Google

Posted by Rob Mineault on

Talking to our technology isn’t necessarily a new thing. In fact, if you count cursing at a malfunctioning piece of equipment, talking to technology has been around since man invented the wheel and the damn thing ran over that poor caveman’s foot. But if you’re talking about the ability to actually interact with our technology using our voice, that has been solidly in the realm of science fiction since the days of early Star Trek episodes. However, voice recognition has been something developers have been working on since the 70s, and voice dictation packages such as Dragon Naturally Speaking has...

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