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Bionic spine could enable paralysed patients to walk using subconscious thought
Australian scientists hope that a tiny device just 3cm long and a few millimeters wide will enable paralyzed patients to walk again by allowing them to control bionic limbs with the power of subconscious thought.
Facebook Plans to Improve Accessibility for Visually Impaired Users
For seeing-impaired users, Facebook’s inherently visual offerings can make using the social network a difficult proposition. And while Facebook has long worked on tools to make their site—particularly its “photos” functionality—more accessible to those with visual impairments, reports of a new feature indicate the company is preparing to up their usability in a significant way.
Apple To Start Selling Accessibility Accessories Next Year
Apple has always championed the idea of making their products as accessible as possible to people with different kinds of disabilities. So much so that last year Apple’s CEO Tim Cook got a bit heated when he said that creating accessible devices was the right thing to do, even if it doesn’t necessarily increase revenue.

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Bionic spine could enable paralysed patients to walk using subconscious thought
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