It should come as no surprise that the voice-activated smart speaker is a favorite
You don’t necessarily have to be of a certain age, or have a serious visual
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It is often said that vision loss affects your eyes, not your brain. We know
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There is a lot to know about age-related macular degeneration (AMD). This is particularly true
How to Use Accessibility on iPhone
The iPhone is quite possibly the most adopted device ever, for people with vision loss.
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There’s a lot to choose from at Starbucks, and for a person who is visually
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According to the Oxford Dictionary, sorry means:   feeling distress over someone else’s misfortune, feeling
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Who else but Apple can solve a problem for people who are visually impaired, with
One of the most frequently asked questions from people ...
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With a welcomed emphasis on accessibility and inclusion, numerous companies now offer specialized support services
VOICE OVER SPEAKS TO YOU
When a visual impairment makes reading screen text, on a mobile phone or tablet, an
From time to time, we like to remind our readers that they can not only

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