Enabling the visually impaired to use mobile devices is a real market, with some technology gaps remaining

There has been increasing emphasis in the past few years on making mobile devices accessible to the visually impaired. For example, the Georgie App suite launched for Android devices by nonprofit Screenreader is designed to specifically address the visually impaired community. The technologies devel...

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