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Melbourne's KISA phone keeps it simple always
Simple: KISA developers say even the most basic smartphones can be too complicated. While the mega phone brands push out a seemingly constant stream of faster, brighter, more feature-filled devices,...
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St. Marys looking forward to much quicker release...
Stew Slater St. Marys Journal Argus From the time last Saturday’s Town of St. Marys advance poll opened at 10 a.m. at the Pyramid Centre, there were a steady steam of voters lining up to cast their...
Read more at SouthwesternOntario.ca
Viral image of woman who stuck pencils in her eye...
LOS ANGELES — A lawsuit was filed on behalf of a woman who stuck pencils in her eyes in a suicide attempt and whose image — captured by someone at County-USC Medical Center — went viral. The lawsuit,...
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County-USC Medical Center
County-USC Medical Center
City News Service
Justice Is Inaccessible for PWDs, Report Says
PEOPLE living with disabilities (PWD) have difficulty accessing justice in Lagos, says new report. The report, which was conducted by the Centre for Citizens with Disability disclosed that despite...
Read more at AllAfrica.com
European plastic electronics industry flexes its ...
This year's Plastic Electronics conference represented a big chunk of SEMICON Europa�s technology and materials sessions. During a round table on the topic, most speakers agreed that 2014 had been a...
Read more at EETimes.de
Robert Bosch GmbH
Some strings attached
We are all familiar with classical masterpieces, from Bach's Canon In D Major to Beethoven's Symphony No.9. But how many times in our lives have we heard these celebrated pieces being performed by...
Read more at Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
From the Moche desert to the Amazon jungle
Rachel Schroots really is a master of languages. At 16 years old, the Grade 11 Sardis secondary student has already conquered French,
, and after just a year and a half of Spanish, is well on...
Read more at The Chilliwack Progress
Apple iOS 8.1 is here: Not your run of the mill D...
Apple iOS 8.1 software release points to the future and harkens back to the past: NFC-powered Apple Pay comes to iPhone 6 and 6 Plus users in the United States, while the unceremoniously dumped Camera...
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Nonsense still talked about breast cancer
The founder of NGO Pink Drive, Noelene Kotschan, told The Times that the health workers manning the bright pink trucks that travel South Africa screening women and men for cancer still heard such...
Read more at The Times & The Sunday Times
Double love for Danny
Danny Gleeson, Tina Evans and Dylan have a special bond. The sight-impaired Danny shares his love between Tina, the woman who accepted him unconditionally, and Dylan the guide dog with whom a mutual...
Read more at Nation News
Visually-impaired group to set record scaling Mt ...
KOTA KINABALU: Twenty-four people are set to put their names in the record books next month as the largest visually-impaired group to scale Mount Kinabalu. They are among 30 people from the Society...
Read more at The Star
Actress Neha Dhupia inaugurates audio and braille...
Bollywood actress Neha Dhupia launched the country's first audio and
food menu for the visually-challenged people at a suburban restaurant in Mumbai. This would help the visually-impaired...
Read more at New Kerala
Braille grocery store aims to makes shopping more...
Summer Giveaway Career Hunt SK Video
grocery store aims to makes shopping more accessible A grocery store in Vancouver hopes to make food shopping easier for the visually impaired with a...
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'Wild Things' are at the Pratt Library
That day, 2-year-old Max Nistico wore his wolf suit and made mischief of one kind and another and his mother called him "wild thing." So Max wasn't even a little bit surprised when he walked into the...
Read more at Baltimore Sun
Where the Wild Things Are
Blind grandad tackling Great Birmingham Run
For most runners, clocking up 13.1 miles would be a feat in itself – but imagine doing it if you can hardly see. That’s the challenge facing partially sighted Patrick O’Neill who will take part in...
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Mayor hears concerns at White Cane Safety Day
Visually-impaired residents, caregivers and family celebrated White Cane Safety Day at Dr. Pattie Dodson Public Health Center on Thursday. The event was hosted by the Texas Department of Assistive...
Read more at The Victoria Advocate
Pattie Dodson Public Health Center
Dr. Pattie Dodson Public Health Center
Empowered blind or visually impaired students sho...
SALT LAKE CITY — A man wearing a pair of goggles that impaired his vision and a woman wearing ski goggles with painted lenses made their way, white canes in hand, to a planter box about 15 feet...
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SALT LAKE CITY
National Federation for the Blind
Alice Frances Birs Mailander, formerly of New Mil...
Alice Frances Birs Mailander BERGENFIELD — Alice Frances Birs Mailander, 88, of Lititz, Pa., formerly of New Milford, died Oct. 9 at home. She was born on Feb. 11, 1926 in New York City, but spent...
Read more at The Register NorthJersey.com
Events organised as part of World White Cane Day, created awareness among the city people on the needs of the visually impaired Ravishankar had crossed busy roads before, with the help of people...
Read more at The Hindu
Cancer awareness events sparks stories of life, l...
Shondia McFadden-Sabari said she is bold and breastless. After the South Carolina native was diagnosed with breast cancer Dec. 23, 2010, at 36, McFadden-Sabari said she wanted to ensure that the...
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