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Accessibility - What's Changed?

This page shows up to 100 pieces of content which have been tagged Changed (newest at the top):

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Accessibility of 2015 iMac

New features of the 2015 iMac improve accessibility. Including Retina display and new keyboard and trackpad.
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Smartphone for Vision Impaired People - Doro 820 Mini Claria

Doro create a smartphone optimised for the vision impaired.
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IBM Mobile Accessibility Checker – Announced at Mobile World Congress Barcelona 2015

IBM Mobile Accessibility Checker ensures that mobile apps will be more accessible at a lower cost. Similar checkers should be built in to all ICT development.
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Affordable computing for the blind and vision impaired

OpenOffice now Supports NVDA creating an affordable package for users of screen readers
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Apple iOS 7 Accessibility - for iPhone and iPad

The latest iOS 7 for Apple has many new features some of which are specifically related to accessibility and others that effect accessibility.
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Technology4Good Awards 2013 Nominations now open

Do you have products, services or volunteers that help people get online and use IT? Apply for the T4G Award.
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Accessibility of iPhone 5 with iOS 6

Overall iOS 6 and iPhone 5 provide an impressive set of accessibility features, a few small changes could make them even better.
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Android: Ice Cream Sandwich Accessibliity

Android 4 has a built in screen reader. It is a major step forward but is not nearly enough
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