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Game author and player Liam Erven recently presented a discussion on gaming from a blind person's perspective at a mainstream gaming conference, and now you can watch it in its entirety.
Asana, an app designed for teams and businesses to help them manage projects, has gained VoiceOver support with its latest update.
The latest version of JAWS has recently been released in public beta form, but it's not called JAWS 19.
Researchers at Columbia University in New York City are testing a system to make racing games more accessible and enjoyable and are looking for your help.
California is the latest state where blind and visually impaired residents can gain free access to Bookshare.
Many of you may have already made the leap to iOS 11, but you may want to throw caution to the wind, especially if you are a braille user, according to a post from AppleVis.
After a prolonged legal battle, Redbox kiosks across the country may soon become accessible.
The 3rd update for NVDA in 2017 is a big one, and it has noand you can The 3rd update of NVDA in 2017 is now available for mass consumption.
The line between small and large video magnifiers is becoming more blurry as Humanware releases an 8-inch model with portability and modern specs.
More movies are now available with audio description, especially from the online streaming services. But who has what movies, and in a described form?
NFB-Newsline subscribers soon will be able to use the service hands-free. Beta applications are now being accepted to use the new NFB-Newsline skill for Amazon's Echo, Echo Dot, and other voice-enabled hardware.
Freedom Scientific has introduced the latest generation of its Focus 40 Blue braille display with an emphasis on durability.
The 3rd update for NVDA in 2017 is a big one, and you can test out the features now with the 1st release candidate.
Just over a year after completing a successful crowdfunding campaign, the team at Dictationbridge has a near-final release version of their software for NVDA available for your use.
If you are a good braille writer and have a story to tell, you may be able to win $2,000 from Onkyo.
The San Francisco Lighthouse is once again offering maps for Burning Man, the one-of-a-kind event held each August in Black Rock City.
Hims has released their first update for the BrailleSense Polaris. The free update activates the camera and adds support for USB and Bluetooth QWERTY keyboards among other functions.
James Teh, one of the 2 original developres of the NVDA screen reader, is moving on after working with the free screen reader for the past decade.
Here's a research study that may teach you something about how your mind works. It does not pay, but it may still be fun to take.
The American Printing House for the Blind is giving away an Orbit Reader 20 braille display to one lucky survey respondent.
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