People with disabilities are often overlooked in product design, shutting millions out. More companies are recognizing the problem.
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.
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.
The film, about a Deaf family with a hearing teen, showcases how sign language can be visual poetry -- as raunchy as a limerick, as sublime as a sonnet.
The feature is designed to make the Meta-owned app more accessible.
The company is looking for people to test the app and provide feedback.
Google adds smoother-sounding voices to its Select-to-speak feature, which lets your laptop read selected text aloud.
The feature only works for English streams, but the company says it'll expand to more languages in the coming months.
Susan Bennett, who accidentally became the voice of Apple's revolutionary voice assistant, says the experience showed how critical accessible tech is.
The new features, called Camera Switches and Project Activate, let users navigate their devices without their hands or voice.
It's not as high-tech as the Xbox Adaptive Controller, but sometimes low-tech works too.
The game developer says it hopes to start a trend of making these types of patents freely accessible and popular to use.