Robin.Christopherson | 15 Jan 2018
It’s predicted that, by 2021, contact lens computers will be a reality. A recent patent by Sony shows how every element of a computer – from a screen to a battery and even a camera – can be condensed down to fit in a contact lens. Such tech could be a real eye-opener for people with disabilities....
Robin.Christopherson | 14 Dec 2017
Seeing AI: Microsoft’s revolutionary app that helps blind users understand the world around them, has just got even better with the addition of several new functions including handwriting and colour recognition. The best app to help blind users access the world has just got even better, and it’s...
Robin.Christopherson | 20 Nov 2017
In recent weeks the number of voice assistants has multiplied. But in the arms race to reach every household, which one is best at reaching every user regardless of impairment or disability?
Robin.Christopherson | 16 Oct 2017
Technology using Artificial Intelligence (AI) / bots will likely encourage donors to donate even more money and increase their understanding of charities. It will make smart-giving more mobile, quick, simple, and it will add a safety-net.
Robin.Christopherson | 27 Sep 2017
Every day brings news of amazing new technologies such as Artificial Intelligence, robotics and automation. It's the age of ambient computing and everyone’s world is about to change.
Robin.Christopherson | 21 Sep 2017
Robin Christopherson offers a guided tour of the accessibility features in the new iPhone and iOS 11
Robin.Christopherson | 11 Sep 2017
Wondering how to work an iPhone without a home button? Millions of people are already doing it using Apple's Assistive Touch function. Tech and accessibility expert Robin Christopherson looks ahead to the new iPhone 8 releases.
Robin.Christopherson | 28 Aug 2017
From prolonging battery life, to increasing productivity, these top 5 tips often used by people with a disability, can be of benefit to everyone.
Robin.Christopherson | 22 Aug 2017
When Stevie Wonder handed Ed Sheeran a Grammy for single of the year, he gave the world am important lesson about the importance of braille and an inclusive society where everything is accessible to everyone.
Robin.Christopherson | 30 Jul 2017
Microsoft is combining quick, reliable voice recognition with instant language translation and embedding it into more and more of its products - bridging the communication gap across countries and eroding the barriers of disability.