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#CSUNATC18: attendees take advantage of new orientation options with maps and Nearby Explorer from APH
Attendees of the CSUN conference can take advantage of the Nearby Explorer android app from APH to discover and locate nearby points of interest in the first 3 floors of the hotel.
Sendero Group, creators of many well-known accessible wayfinding and GPS apps, have many new announcements for new and existing customers alike.
If you're headed to the CSUN Assistive Technology Conference in San Diego, there are a growing number of services which can help make your busy conference just a bit less busy. From rides and food to groceries and massages, one or many of the below services may help you.
Microsoft has recently partnered with the Shepherd Center to recruit and pay users for research on their products and services.
The March update for JAWS 2018 has been posted, and the promised drivers for the Orbit Redaer 20 are now included along with a pile of additional changes.
Zoomax USA is the latest low-vision company to jump into the wearable device game, and is teasing a new product on their Twitter feed to be released at CSUN.
AIRA's Site Access Program Now Includes Several Airports, Grocery Stores, More; Free Trial at #CSUNATC18
The next time you visit your local airport, grocery store, or university, you may be able to call an AIRA agent for free to receive help.
Video game maker EA has launched a new website to centralize accessibility resources for its games and provide a place for users to share feedback.
Just ahead of CSUN, HumanWare has released version 5.0 of the KeySoft software for the BrailleNote Touch.
Terrill Thompson has once again posted a completely accessible NCAA March Madness bracket which you can fill out and monitor.
Shipments of the Orbit Reader 20 refreshable braille display have been delayed until summer according to the latest news update from The American Printing House for the Blind.
NVDA's first release of 2018 is now available and Firefox and braille users will be among those who will love the new features.
Freedom scientific has recently released an update to their popular screen reading solution JAWS which adds new functionality and simplifies some interactions.
Be my eyes partners with Microsoft to offer free tech support for Blind and Visually Impaired individuals
Microsoft's Disability Help Desk has partnered with Be My Eyes, a smart phone application to connect blind and visually impaired individuals with technical support representatives from Microsoft in over 12 countries.
Users of the Orbit 20 braille display and the JAWS screen reader will no longer need to use an emulation mode to enjoy all 20 cells of their displays, thanks to the release of new drivers for the display.
It is no secret in the blind and visually impaired community that unemployment is one of our biggest group challenges. To help combat the high rate of unemployment in the blind and visually impaired community, Aira has recently introduced the Aira employment program.
Baum USA, distributor of Baum braille displays and other products, is closing its doors as of the end of business today.
Aira user Greg Stilson will be attending the Superbowl Sunday Feb 4th, and will be using Aira to get descriptions of the big event. Generously, he and aira will be streaming the event to all, even if you're not currently an Aira subscriber.
On January 23, Mozilla released Firefox version 58. The previous Firefox version, 57, known as Firefox Quantum, was a major Firefox release which changed how webpages were rendered, but unfortunately also [rendered Firefox much slower and less accessible to screen reader users including users of NVDA
Ever wished you could get more help with the accessibility of your google products? Now you can. After being in beta for several months, Google now offers a dedicated accessibility support team for all your accessibility questions.
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