After several months of anticipation and speculation, the day of Apple’s “bigger than bigger” announcements has finally come. During these months of suspense, many predictions surfaced discussing what consumers might expect from the company. (To view our said predictions visit our blogs on iOS 8 and the Apple iPhone 6 event.) So what exactly can we expect […]
Sony is challenging Google Glass with its current prototype of Sony Smart EyeGlass. Sony’s new smart specs are comparable to Google Glass in several ways, but are much more obtrusive appearing like a pair of unwieldy 3D glasses. The Sony Smart EyeGlass acts like a secondary screen for an Android smartphone, connecting via Bluetooth or Wi-Fi. Once paired, the glasses will […]
Turn your words into action with this week’s tech tip. Assistive technology specialist Craig Burns demonstrates the Livescribe 3 smartpen. This pen writes like a premium ballpoint pen, but pairs with your iOS device making your notes available anywhere you go. Check it out!
Wearable tech and smart home technology are beginning to merge as is demonstrated with the forthcoming Reemo wristband. At first glance, Reemo may not appear to be anything special with its flat, rubbery bracelet design comparable to current wearable gadgets on the market. However, Reemo is dissimilar from devices like the Jawbone Up24 or Fitbit Flex as it […]
In June I covered 10 new accessibility features rumored to be in iOS 8 discussing hinted features like a Braille keyboard, improved zoom capability, multi-device support, and more. For months now, several rumors have emerged answering the question, “What’s next in line for Apple?” The rumors may finally come to rest in less than a week with Apple’s unveiling […]
Wade Wingler, the director of assistive technology at Easter Seals Crossroads, shows us a standing workstation/paperless office. Check it out!