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Many of our staff members wrote articles about their favorite device of 2016. In this post we are going to give you a link to each of them. Michael Doise’s post about AirPods. The first post was from Michael Doise. He talked about Apples brand new AirPods. My Favorite Device […]

iAccessibility’s top devices of 2016

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2016 was a great year for technology. One of the things I am excited about is the Amazon Echo Dot. I received the Dot at the end of the year and have come to love the Dot as soon as I started explore some of its capabilities. Design The Amazon […]

Ashley’s fav device of 2016

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I have had many opportunities to AirPlay things from my phone or my iPad to one of my friends Apple TV’s. I think it is a great experience to use other speakers to play a song you like or use a bigger screen to play a video on. I know […]

Is AirPlay from Windows Really Possible?

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These days, we’re always trying to find the most convenient ways to get access to our technology. Some computers come with finger print readers, and most have built in cameras. Microsoft takes full advantage of this with Windows Hello! With Windows Hello, you can use your face, iris, or fingerprint […]

Unlock Your Computer With Windows Hello

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Have you ever wished there was a faster and easier way to share apps with your friends without going to the app store and searching for it? iOS 10 brings you the ability of sharing apps with your friends directly from the home screen. Here is how it’s done. Find […]

Quick Tip: Share Apps From the Home Screen

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Have you ever wanted or needed to squeeze more power out of your phone’s battery? Low Power Mode might be the setting you are looking for. Low power mode reduces the amount of power your phone is using until it has at least 80% battery. When low power mode is […]

Low Power Mode Explained

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Are you looking for a Braille display that is lightweight, portable and easy to use? The VarioUltra from BAUM might be what you are looking for. When I think of great Braille displays this one has to be on the top my list. It has many great features, including its […]

What I Like About VarioUltra

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Are you having trouble getting up in the morning? Apple’s new Bedtime feature helps you make sure you go to bed at a time that best suits you. Bedtime lets you set what time you want to go to bed and wake up and the app notifies you when you […]

Why Does Bedtime Help with Sleep Schedules?

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If, like me, you receive a good deal of email on a daily basis, you may have noticed that there are a few new changes to how you can interact with your messages. Let’s talk about threads When I noticed the changes to threading in Mail, I thought I would […]

These Mail Changes in iOS 10 will Make You Happy