There are many misconceptions present throughout current society regarding childhood disorders. Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD, is the most frequently diagnosed psychiatric condition among children; it is predominantly diagnosed between ages six and twelve, affecting more than 1 in 10 children in the United States. Diagnosing individuals with the disorder is complex despite the prevalence […]
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Tech Tip: LG Tone Bluetooth Stereo Headset
David Frye shows us a handy portable headset from LG. Check it out! For more information on this product, check out the LG Tone Headset page here.
Smart contact lenses by Google
Writer: Laura Medcalf The search engine giant Google has been working on wearable technology for quite some time now. From their smartwatches to Google Glass, their mission of making technology as portable as possible is becoming very evident. The mission will become even clearer with Google’s idea of smart contact lenses. A new patent application details how […]
Visually impaired use smartphones to see world
Smart devices have opened up a whole new world to individuals with visual impairments, granting them the ability to communicate, navigate in unfamiliar areas and even take photographs of their surroundings… Wait, what? It is generally understood that individuals with visual impairments read and complete tasks oftentimes through the sense of touch; these individuals read content […]
Monday Tech Tip: Read and Write
by Laura Medcalf For today’s tech tip, Brian Norton shows us the Read & Write extension available for free on the Google Chrome browser. To view this and more extensions available for your Google Chrome browser click here.
How will Google Glass benefit people with disabilities?
By: Laura Medcalf Throughout the years, technology has gone from boxed and small (but very heavy!) television sets with faulty rabbit ear antennae with fuzzy picture as seen here to sleek, lightweight flat screens mounted on walls with crisp, high-definition picture: What is arguably crazier to reflect on is how computers with limited functions once took up […]