Posts from the ‘iPhone developers’ Category
I often check http://www.macdailynews.com/ and today found the following New York Times story
Brings the welcome news of voice recognition on the iPhone through new Google technology.
Yahoo & Microsoft also provide voice recognition, and this story of Google’s big move suggests that the technology exists now to make devices more accessible to people with visual or other disabilities.
All we need is to let developers know their work is needed to create programmes for those missing out on the new abilities provided by technology to connect network and seek fellowship.
Great to see bionic limbs and a camera for the visually impaired featured in last week’s Time review of techno breakthroughs.
Please let me know any info or links you may find on devices that provide accessibility for the visually impaired or with other disabilities.
I hope to have the “Ethnic Ability” radio Blog up and running soon and it would be great to have contributors of links, info, articles, audio,video etc to share with people globally. ( see EDAC link in sidebar )
Sorry the Blog’s been blank for bit – assignmments to mark, practising new programmes, hosting and family have let you enjoy a break from my rants
And all the best to friends and family of Matt and Stacey who’ve enjoyed the iPhone slideshow ( password protected, sorry ) of the best wedding I’ve been to in decades.