• Robin.Christopherson | 08 Apr 2019
    If you encounter issues with authentication when you're using the internet, take 5 minutes to share your experience in a survey to help a researcher at Coventry University make a difference.
  • Robin.Christopherson | 28 Mar 2019
    Apple launches News+ this week - Robin Christopherson looks at how inclusive the new app is, as well as what other newsreader options are out there.
  • Robin.Christopherson | 19 Mar 2019
    The long-running tech show for everyone with a vision impairment has welcomed AbilityNet's Head of Digital Inclusion (that's me folks) as a new co-host and we would invite you all on-board. Whether you have low or no vision, know someone who does or just want to keep up on the latest in the world...
  • Robin.Christopherson | 07 Mar 2019
    The theme of this year's University Mental Health Day (Thursday 7th March) is 'use your voice' - the power of using our voices to share our stories and shape the future of student mental health. Robin Christopherson looks at how using your voice with smart assistants can help reduce stress in your...
  • Robin.Christopherson | 27 Feb 2019
    The Global Mobile Award winners were announced at a glitzy ceremony on Tuesday. Robin Christopherson was there and he reveals the 'Best Use of Mobile for Accessibility & Inclusion'
  • Robin.Christopherson | 25 Feb 2019
    Blind and partially sighted people can now use their smartphone to benefit from someone else's eyesight. Robin Christopherson takes a look at two great examples of this life-changing tech.
  • Robin.Christopherson | 20 Feb 2019
    A CAPTCHA, (an acronym for "completely automated public Turing test to tell computers and humans apart"), is a test used in computing to determine whether or not the user is human. You've all seen those distorted codes or image-selection challenges that you need to pass to sign up for a site or buy...
  • Robin.Christopherson | 11 Feb 2019
    A recent (and very misguided) craze was to blindfold oneself and try to undertake tasks that would normally only ever be done with your eyes wide open. The app we're taking a look at below is in no way an invitation to navigate your surroundings 'eyes-free' but, for those who are well-used to the...
  • Robin.Christopherson | 01 Feb 2019
    I am very proud to be a judge at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona (25-28 Feb) for the fourth year running. There was once again a great set of entries - and now the shortlist of finalists for the 'Best Use of Mobile for Accessibility & Inclusion' has been released, so let's take a look.
  • Robin.Christopherson | 23 Jan 2019
    Take a moment to consider the possible implications of a blind person or couple forgetting to close the curtains or turn off the lights before going to bed. Having no light perception means that that is a very possible eventuality - and perhaps even a regular occurrence. Now IKEA are helping bring...

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