Special hearing aids that meet Apple's specifications can tap directly into iPhones and iPads to stream audio.
The pizza chain asked the Supreme Court to review a case that could push business websites to better serve people with disabilities.
Rob Jones' legs were amputated after an attack in Afghanistan in 2010. Now, his home is giving him an assist to live more independently.
The app is designed to help blind and low-vision users understand their surroundings. People can also ask follow-up questions for more information about an image.
Live Speech, Point and Speak and other software updates are slated to roll out later this year.
The feature, called Dialogue Boost, is designed with accessibility in mind, but it can be helpful to anyone wanting to adjust their listening experience.
The update lets people who are deaf or hard of hearing more seamlessly watch TV.
The features are available on Echo Show devices and are designed with accessibility in mind.
Detection Mode, Voice Control and AssistiveTouch have made navigating iPhones, iPads and Macs more seamless for people with disabilities.
The new remote is free for X1 and Flex customers.
A feature called Guided Frame uses audio and haptic cues to help people frame their selfies.
Tech giants are teaming up with researchers at the University of Illinois to improve speech recognition for people with disabilities.
Accommodations like remote work and captioning on video calls were a step in the right direction. But more can be done to support employees with disabilities going forward.
The tech giant unveils new and expanded features for the iPhone, Apple Watch and Mac.
And the company consolidates its accessibility research into a single, broadly focused facility.
Smart glasses from Envision are built on the enterprise edition of Google Glass.