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apple for all: why accessibility is key for apple

EMPOWERING EVERYONE According to Apple, “technology is most powerful when it empowers everyone”. Accessibility features on iOS, macOS and Apple’s other operating systems have long been regarded as the very best in the industry, winning awards such as the AFB’s PrestigiousHelen Keller Achievement . To celebrate last week’s Global Accessibility Awareness Day, Apple renewed focus on itsAccessibility site , sharing some of the tools and features it was developing to empower its users. Below, we’ve delved deeper into the Cupertino firm’s commitment to accessibility and discovered why it deserves its unbeatable reputation. THE BIGGER PICTURE For users who are blind or struggle with their sight, accessing the internet, watching videos and sending text messages can be a struggle. However, Apple’s software allows you to write a text or email without even seeing the screen.…

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amazon urged not to sell facial recognition tool to police

The American Civil Liberties Union and other privacy advocates are asking Amazon to stop marketing a powerful facial recognition tool to police, saying law enforcement agencies could use the technology to “easily build a system to automate the identification and tracking of anyone.” The tool, called Rekognition, is already being used by at least one agency — the Washington County Sheriff’s Office in Oregon — to check photographs of unidentified suspects against a database of mug shots from the county jail, which is a common use of such technology around the country. But privacy advocates have been concerned about expanding the use of facial recognition to body cameras worn by officers or safety and traffic cameras that monitor public areas, allowing police to identify and track people in real time. Amazon is offering…

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‘jurassic park’ dinosaur expert’s next big thing: holograms

Forget the gray, green and brown dinosaurs in the “Jurassic Park” movies. Paleontologist Jack Horner wants to transport people back in time to see a feathered Tyrannosaurus rex colored bright red and a blue triceratops with red fringe similar to a rooster’s comb. Horner, who consulted with director Steven Spielberg on the “Jurassic Park” films, is developing a three-dimensional hologram exhibit that will showcase the latest theories on what dinosaurs looked like. He is working with entertainment company Base Hologram to create an exhibit that will let people feel as though they’re on an archaeological dig, inside a laboratory and surrounded by dinosaurs in the wild. “I’m always trying to figure out a good way to get the science of paleontology across to the general public,” Horner said in a recent…

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top 10 tv shows

REUNION, PT. 2 VANDERPUMP RULES, SEASON 6 PROTOCOL MADAM SECRETARY, SEASON 4 BLUE SKIES AND BLUE EYES THE REAL HOUSEWIVES OF POTOMAC, SEASON 3 COLD AS ICE GREY’S ANATOMY, SEASON 14 TAKE ME TO THE HOLE! KILLING EVE, SEASON 1 WITH MIRTH IN FUNERAL ANDWITH DIRGE IN MARRIAGE THE ROYALS, SEASON 4 BABY MAMA DRAMA JERSEY SHORE: FAMILY VACATION, SEASON 1 CHINATOWN TIMELESS, SEASON 2 THE UNAUTHORIZED RUSICAL RUPAUL’S DRAG RACE, SEASON 10 (UNCENSORED) SUITE REVENGE THE ARRANGEMENT, SEASON 2…

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despite spotify change, r. kelly’s streams still intact

Streaming numbers for R. Kelly have remained intact a week after Spotify announced it had removed the R&B singer’s music from its playlists, citing its new policy on hate content and hateful conduct. Spotify made the bold declaration on May 10, but R. Kelly’s streaming numbers are relatively the same with some small growth: Before the announcement, he averaged 6,584,000 weekly streams for the year. But from May 10 to May 16 he garnered 6,676,000 streams for the week, according to Nielsen Music. R. Kelly’s streams have grown steadily in the last two years: His music averaged 4,709,000 weekly streams in 2016 and 5,666,000 weekly streams in 2017. So far for 2018, he is averaging 6,674,000 weekly streams. While R. Kelly’s streaming has grown, his numbers are small in comparison to Drake,…

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science and commercial satellites launched from california

A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket carrying two U.S.-German science satellites and five commercial communications satellites has blasted off from the central California coast. The rocket lifted off from Vandenberg Air Force Base at Tuesday and arced over the Pacific Ocean west of Los Angeles as it headed toward the South Pole. The science payload from NASA and the German Centre for Geosciences includes two identical satellites for the Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment. The mission is designed to detect the movement of Earth’s water masses and changes in mass within the planet by measuring tiny fluctuations in the distance between the two satellites as they orbit together. The commercial payload will increase Iridium Communications’ globe-circling fleet to 55 next-generation satellites.…