25th May 2008
Based on the tags from this post.
Assistive Technology Initiative
Under the collective banner of The Web Standards Project, the Assistive Technology Initiative are issuing an open offer to assistive technology vendor [...]
Stone Deaf Pilots
A blog about deaf technology, assistive technology, and tech-related accessibility issues faced by the deaf and hard of hearing [...]
Mobiles 'to replace handheld PCs'
With the way mobile technology has been developing over the last few years it's interesting to read this old story on the BBC from 2003 which pr [...]
Buying a mobile phone these days can be difficult, especially when you consider all the factors involved, like aesthetics, size and features. N ot a [...]
XForms is a complex but powerful replacement for HTML forms that relies heavily on cutting-edge XML technology. As a result of its complexity, browse [...]
OATSoft is dedicated to improving Assistive Technology and computer accessibility through the power of Open Source development techniques. OATSoft mak [...]
Keep technology simple
Interesting post at 37 Signals about mobile telephones and in particular a new mobile telephone called The Jitterbug (by a company called GreatCall) t [...]