With the Windows 11 drama starting to finally crest, Microsoft has begun sharing more information about the new platform.
Recent Accessibility Stories
Google announced an interesting Android accessibility feature that provides push notifications when it detects sounds around you that might need attention.
Google added automatic punctuations to its voice typing feature, but it isn't working as expected, causing problems for hundreds of users.
The Pixel 4 will debut with Google’s Live Caption feature, bringing automatic captioning to any audio or video played on the devices.
Microsoft today released four games to the Microsoft Store that rely on the eye-tracking technology built into Windows 10, Tile Slide, Match Two, Double Up, and Maze.
With Windows 10 version 1903 now rolling out to all compatible PCs, Microsoft is touting the accessibility advances in this release.
Instagram can now automatically detect what's in a picture for visually impaired users.
Microsoft shares the story behind two of its innovative people-centric hackathon projects in new book.
The next releases of Windows 10 includes improvements to Narrator, Eye Control, and more to make the OS more accessible to all users.
Windows 10 will include eye tracking support via a new feature called Eye Control in a future update.
Microsoft's new app for iPhone uses AI (artificial intelligence) to describe the people, text, and objects around you.
In a win for accessibility, Microsoft revealed today that it will add live game chat transcriptions to Xbox Live games on both Xbox One and Windows 10.