After upgrade to iOS 6.0 I noticed that my iPhone sending SMS messages ok but not iMessages and this may have been on happening even before the upgrade. A quick search revealed a simple, yet somewhat embarrassing, solution – make … Continue reading →
Made in 1969 at the Post Office Research Station, Dollis Hill, this eight minute film attempts to predict what the future of communications may … Continue reading →
Ease of Access Center
Ease of Access logoThe Ease of Access Center provides a convenient, centralized place to locate accessibility settings and programs to make your computer easier to use. The Ease of Access Center can be found in the … Continue reading →
On Toshiba A300 laptop there are touch multimedia buttons across the top of the keyboard. You just have to brush the media player button and it loads Windows Media Player which can be very annoying. Finding how to disable this … Continue reading →
Monday week ago my AAC device, which I call Aaron, decided to malfunction. The video connection on the main board went, so I took it to Novitatech to be repair yet however it the problem was more serious, subsequently … Continue reading →
Turn up your speakers. This is brilliant!
Sorry it doesn’t have subtitles for all the words that is said in the music but it would worth your while getting translated if you are hard of hearing or Deaf. Yet … Continue reading →
Lately I’ve been having some mouse problems around the house. One of the terrible habits mouse have is that they have a canny ability to find food around the place and then transport bits of the found treasure to all … Continue reading →
UNITED NATIONS, 26 July — Improving access to new information technology for persons with disabilities will be the focus of this year’s International Day of Disabled Persons, the United Nations announced today.
The Day, which is marked on 3 December, … Continue reading →