Israeli nonprofit Beit Issie Shapiro and hands-free tech developer Sesame Enable are working to change that, developing smartphones that motor-impaired users can operate with head movements rather than voice or touch commands. The technology is being developed to meet the needs of people with impairments that limit their ability to move, such as spinal cord injuries, severe arthritis and multiple sclerosis. The organizations received a $1 million grant from Google.org, the charitable arm of Google — an Internet search engine… Continue Reading Smartphone Accessibility Is Not So Smart. . . Yet!
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