Top Tech Tidbits for Thursday, January 21, 2021 - Volume 791The Week's News in Adaptive Technology
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1) Top 3 Most Clicked Tidbits From Last WeekA.) How to Answer iPhone Hands-Free: (16.6% of all clicks.)
B.) Accessibility Devices Playing Larger Role at CES: (6.9% of all clicks.)
C.) A Week in the Life of Jill's Apple Watch: (5.1% of all clicks.)
2) Dolphin Computer Access Joins Top Tech Tidbits as 11th SponsorWe would like to open this week by welcoming aboard our 11th Sponsor in the form of Dolphin Computer Access. From all of us here at Top Tech Tidbits, readers included, we sincerely thank you for your ongoing support. For anyone not familiar with them Dolphin provides accessibility solutions for sight loss and dyslexia to millions of blind, partially sighted and dyslexic people across the globe who have chosen Dolphin products for their personal and professional use. Learn more today at:
3) How to scan QR codes on iPhone, iPad, or iPod touchThanks to Apple Insider we learn how to accomplish this increasingly necessary task:
4) Training Course by Access Technology Institute | Microsoft Edge with JAWS for WindowsAccess Technology Institute offers this six-lesson course for $259 USD:
5) Using AI to Improve Photo Descriptions for People Who Are Blind and Visually ImpairedThis describes improvements in Facebook's Automatic Alternative Text feature, used when people do not provide alt text for their photos:
6) An up-to-date and in-depth Discord guide for Screenreaders: Windows and iOSThis guide is an individual initiative and is kept up to date:
7) Blind CompassThis ingenious free iOS app emits tones for the cardinal directions. It also has a mode for locking the direction when one needs to traverse a straight route:
8) Virtual Product Expo on Intuitive AI Solutions for PDF & STEM Image AccessibilityJanuary 29th 2021 | 6:30 AM PT, 7:30 AM MT, 8:30 AM CT, 9:30 AM ET, 2:30 PM GMT:
9) AccessWorld January 2021The first issue of the year contains "Braille in the 21st Century: How Far Have We Come?," "The 40-Cell Question: A Comparison of 40-Cell Braille Displays," "Braille by Sight: A Guide to Online Braille Workshops from Hadley," "Chromecast with Google TV: An Accessibility Review," and "What's New in MacOS Big Sur:"
10) How to Search in Windows 10The Windows 10 search feature seems pretty simple, but it can be even more effective. PC Mag shows us some ways to control our searches and find things even faster:
11) What is Windows 10X, and How Is It Unique from Windows 10?One day every device will likely run on this new Windows operating system. It's built with the help of a new modern version of Windows called 'Windows Core OS' that has original components and features in favor of contemporary user experiences and enhanced security. For those unfamiliar, Windows 10X was originally designed for dual-screen devices, such as the Surface Neo, Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold, and Intel prototypes. Reports have suggested that Windows 10X will now launch in the Spring of 2021 and we've finally managed to get our first look, thanks to a leaked build:
12) Microsoft Edge Now Supports Voice Typing with Native DictationMicrosoft Edge now allows typing using your voice with help of the native Dictation feature of Windows 10:
13) Google's TalkBack Screen Reader is Getting New Features Available First on Galaxy PhonesGoogle says, "As part of our commitment to make computing as accessible to everyone, we've collaborated with Samsung to develop a new version of TalkBack, a Google screen reader, available first on Galaxy:
14) Alexa Care Hub: A New Feature To Remotely Check In On Your Loved OnesAmazon recently rolled out a new feature on their Alexa devices called "Care Hub". The Care Hub is a free feature found in the Alexa app that gives families a way to remotely check in on aging parents or loved ones. This feature establishes a connection between two Alexa accounts, allowing one person to support a loved one through the Care Hub:
15) YouTube Adds Voice Commands to Search, Navigate, and PlayThe last big update to YouTube on the web saw autoplay controls move inside the video player. YouTube.com is now gaining voice search for fast lookup and hands-free navigation commands:
16) Accessibility Devices at CES 2021 Reflect Growing Focus on Inclusive TechThe products at CES that generate the most buzz are typically TVs, computers and phones, but there's also plenty of important and groundbreaking tech geared toward improving the everyday lives of users that doesn't receive as much attention. These include a range of products primarily focused on accessibility, from hearing aids to braille keyboards to apps that guide visually impaired users:
17) The Intersectionality of Identities with DisabilityThis resource comes to us from the National Center for College Students with Disabilities (NCCSD), a federally-funded project under the U.S. Department of Education, and provides a range of disability resources for people of different races, ethnicities, cultures, LGBTQI identities, and religions (listed in no particular order). Also includes a collection of self-care and identity resources:
18) The Music of the Stars: Sounds from Space Teaching Astronomy to the BlindThe "Music of the Stars" program is a unique space exhibition that opens its doors to kids and adults in 2021, both in-person and virtually, and unlike other programs of its kind, it teaches the blind the magic of astronomy through real sounds from space:
19) Podcast | Apple's Audio MagicThis Tech Doctor podcast covers the new $550 AirPods Max headphones:
20) Podcast | Blind Tech Guys | CES 2021, BBC Apps And How To Utilise GesturesJanuary 19th 2021 | On episode 69 of the Blind Tech Guys, they went through all that happened at CES 2021, Marco demonstrated two BBC apps and Nimer showed us how to go about setting up and utilising gestures on Android and iOS:
21) Podcast | Eyes on Success #2104 | Eric Damery and His CareerJanuary 20th 2021 | Eric Damery has had a long career in the field of assistive technology and is currently VP of Software Product Management at Freedom Scientific, a Vispero company. Hosts Nancy and Peter Torpey talk with Eric about how he got started in the field and how he worked to bring these technologies to people with vision loss around the world:
22) Podcast by Tek Talk | Evo 10 PlayerJanuary 26th 2021 | 5PM PT, 6PM MT, 7PM CT, 8PM ET, 1AM GMT | Learn about a powerful recorder, player and DAISY reader:
23) Webinar | JAWS OCR, What It Is and How It Works!This is an archived Freedom Scientific webinar:
24) Webinar | Kindling Your Imagination:January 21st 2021 | 3PM PT, 4PM MT, 5PM CT, 6PM ET, 11PM GMT | This Zoom call will focus on the Kindle Fire and perhaps the iOS app:.
25) Webinar by Freedom Scientific | Microsoft Teams and JAWS, Beyond the BasicsJanuary 21st 2021 | 9AM PT, 10AM MT, 11AM CT, 12PM ET, 5PM GMT | Do you use Microsoft Teams with JAWS? Want more information about valuable features? Join us as we provide an overview of the Teams interface and discuss improved navigation options with JAWS 2021 and Fusion 2021:
26) Webinar | Apple Presentation Dispelling the MythsJanuary 22nd 2021 | 2PM PT, 3PM MT, 4PM CT, 5PM ET, 10PM GMT | Does Screen Curtain save battery power? Is it ok to leave my phone plugged in overnight? How important is the lighting when I use Face ID? And do I really need to force quit my apps all the time? These and more questions will be discussed:.
27) Webinar by the Autistic Women & Nonbinary Network | Abolition, Deinstitutionalization, and Decarceration in the PandemicJanuary 25th 2021 | 5PM PT, 6PM MT, 7PM CT, 8PM ET, 1AM GMT | The pandemic has hit hardest and deadliest in institutions including jails and prisons, psych hospitals, nursing homes, group homes, and large-scale developmental disabilities institutions. This webinar will discuss connections between disability justice and abolition, explain deinstitutionalization and decarceration, and explore strategies that advocates and organizers are using to challenge ableism, racism, and other forms of violence arising during the pandemic. ASL interpretation (with a CDI), CART captioning, and video and audio-only connection options will be provided. Regiser here:
28) Webinar from Knowbility | Screen Readers in the Wild. A Celebration of the 35th Anniversary of the First Screen Reader, Released in 1986January 25th 2021 | 8AM PT, 9AM MT, 10AM CT, 11AM ET, 4PM GMT | $35 | IBM Researcher and Accessibility Pioneer, Jim Thatcher, created the first screen reader in 1986. The IBM Screen Reader worked with the text-based Desktop Operating System (DOS). It was initially only available within IBM. Jim and his team continued development and released IBM Screen Reader/2 to work with graphical operating systems such as Windows 95 and IBM OS/2. Register here:
29) Webinar | Informational Session and Recruitment for the Intracortical Visual Prosthesis Project - A Clinical TrialJanuary 26th 2021 | 11AM PT, 12PM MT, 1PM CT, 2PM ET, 7PM GMT | Learn from the researchers about an experimental device intended to restore visual perception for individuals who are blind. Learn about the intracortical visual prosthesis device, the study, expectations, possible risks and benefits, process and post implant requirements hosted by The Chicago Lighthouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired. Interested individuals will receive contact information to speak with study personnel after the educational session is over:
30) Webinar from the Technology User Group (TUG) of the Maryland State Library for the Blind and Print Disabled | New & Exciting AppsFebruary 6th 2021 | 7AM PT, 8AM MT, 9AM CT, 10AM ET, 3PM GMT | Technology User Group will demonstrate new and useful apps for your smart device. Learn which apps are going to make a difference in your everyday life and which ones to avoid. They will also demonstrate how to make it easier to fill in repetitious information with just a couple keystrokes using your virtual keyboard. The presentation will be virtual and may be joined by calling (319) 527-4994 ☎. Duration is approximately 90 minutes. You do not have to RSVP for this event:
31) Training Course from Hartgen Consultancy | Winning Teams! Using Microsoft Teams with JAWS for WindowsMarch 17th 2021 | 11AM PT, 12PM MT, 1PM CT, 2PM ET, 7PM GMT | Cost: £150.00 / $205.00 USD | Four training sessions starting on Wednesday, March 17th 2021 and then weekly each Wednesday thereafter. If you cannot make a live session, you will have access to the recording of it shortly after. Requirements, registration and what you will receive available here:
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