Category: accessibility

How to Open Files/Folders With Only One Click in Windows

How to Open Files/Folders With Only One Click in Windows
Yes, we know opening files and folders on Windows isn’t a particularly taxing endeavor. A quick double-click and you’re in. If
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How to Turn Off Annoying Sounds in Microsoft Office 2016

How to Turn Off Annoying Sounds in Microsoft Office 2016
Alerts and notifications can be useful, but too many and you eventually enter annoying territory. Productivity-boosting sounds include new email
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How to Read Screen Text Out Loud on iOS

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Getting your iOS device to read out text to you is an easy affair — it can be done using nothing
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3 Ways to Read Text Out Loud on Android

3 Ways to Read Text Out Loud on Android
If you want to multitask, one thing you can try is to get your Android device to read text out
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Inspired by a hackathon project, Native eye-tracking support comes to Windows 10

Inspired by a hackathon project, Native eye-tracking support comes to Windows 10
The traditional keyboard and mouse (or trackpad) interface for desktop and laptop computers works for most people, but for a
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Bullish: Increasing access to technology for blind people

Bullish: Increasing access to technology for blind people
Technology can be central to the lives of the 285 million people in the world who are blind or visually
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Uber faces another lawsuit due to a lack of wheelchair-accessible rides

Uber faces another lawsuit due to a lack of wheelchair-accessible rides
The Brooklyn Center for Independence for the Disabled, along with other disability rights groups, is suing Uber, alleging Uber is
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Actiview aims to streamline movie accessibility for millions of hearing and vision impaired

Actiview aims to streamline movie accessibility for millions of hearing and vision impaired
Most people don’t have to think very hard about going to see the latest movie in the theater, but for
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Walkin VR makes disabled people use room scale and even more…

Walkin VR review: disabled virtual reality for SteamVR
VR is at the moment not that disabled-friendly: it is all focused on room scaling, locomotion methods and natural interactions
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Feel Sick When Using a Mac? Here Are 3 Settings to Check

Feel Sick When Using a Mac? Here Are 3 Settings to Check
While some features of an operating system look slick, they can end up backfiring when real users try them. When
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