Josh Anderson introduces us to a convenient device to help individuals get acquainted with a second language. Check this out! To learn more on this device, visit the Trano website.
Communication plays an essential part in our everyday lives. May it be verbal, through body language or even a communication device–it’s how we all interconnect. sComm acknowledges the importance of communication and has worked for several years to create technologies to help those who may otherwise be unable to communicate. A few years ago, sComm released the original […]
We may often find ourselves uttering to a stubborn appliance or device. “Television, turn on.” Soon, though, it could be more common for those devices to actually listen and obey our commands. Several large companies such as Google and Apple have their own voice recognition technology; however, smaller companies and independent developers don’t have the necessary budget […]
There are 50 million people worldwide with some form of deafness. Right now, the only available technology to help these individuals is the cochlear implant, which is an invasive procedure that costs about $40,000. The challenge behind this procedure is that it doesn’t always work for everybody. For instance, if an individual is born deaf and […]
I grew up with the Baby-Sitters Club; I loved the books, the films, everything about the series. (I can’t believe it’s already been fifteen years since the “Baby-Sitters Club” held their last meeting!) I haven’t heard about the series for a while, but yesterday I read a headline titled: “‘Baby-Sitters Club’ author Ann M. Martin’s […]
“For most people, technology makes things easier. For people with disabilities, technology makes things possible.” – Mary Pat Radabaugh Technology offers countless possibilities and opens doors many never even knew were closed. Throughout the past several decades, advancements in technology have proven beneficial to the human race–both those with or without disabilities. With technology, individuals who […]