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Boston :: MA :: USA | 1 month ago

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Margaret Myatt, a longtime Milford resident who has worn hearing aids since age 30, will share information about hearing loss, demonstrate assistive technology available at low cost, and offer tips on finding a hearing professional, and on support

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Fremont :: CA :: USA | 1 month ago

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A 10-year-old's question to his mother in the grocery store became the inspiration behind one family's goal to make a change in the community. Josh Goldenberg was born blind and depends on braille to read, but the young boy has run into limitations

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Washington :: DC :: USA | 1 month ago

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Self-tracking and wearables were among the big trends at the International Consumer Electronics Show's Digital Health Summit last month. And home monitoring represents the area of biggest impact and opportunity in the telehealth market, Frost &

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San Francisco :: CA :: USA | 1 month ago

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Is Microsoft losing faith in its voice-activated Kinect that allows gamers to control the Xbox One with their voices? This may be a sign.  Thursday, Microsoft announced via its Xbox Blog it will be releasing a remote control for the Xbox One console

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Norfolk :: VA :: USA | 1 month ago

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00 a.m. "Five wins and a very light power reese know" sounds more like gibberish than a weather forecast. But that was the closed caption that hearing-impaired people got during a report from the WeatherNation channel last month.

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Tel Aviv :: Israel | 1 month ago

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An Israeli startup is working to help wheelchair users descend staircases more comfortably, without coming to any harm. Softwheel has developed new technology that its CEO Daniel Bar-El says will "do away with the need to find a ramp" when wheelchair

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Calgary :: Canada | 1 month ago

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If you were a little girl who couldn't speak, would you want to sound like Stephen Hawking? Hawking, the renowned physicist who has lost the ability to speak due to a neurological disorder called amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, communicates by typing

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Boston :: MA :: USA | 1 month ago

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When Gillian Reny arrived at college last August, she longed to be an ordinary freshman. She moved into a dormitory, took psychology and writing courses, and checked out fraternity parties...Related It was just days before classes began that Gillian

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Los Angeles :: CA :: USA | 1 month ago

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00 p.m. "Five wins and a very light power reese know" sounds more like gibberish than a weather forecast. But that was the closed captioning on a WeatherNation report last month. What the captioning was supposed to say was, "high winds and a very

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Tōkyō :: Japan | 1 month ago

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The field of educational technologies is going through an exciting period. MIT's OCW or edX and Khan Academy to a range of tablet and smartphone applications, the field is rife with exciting innovations that have dramatically changed the face of

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