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Tecla Launches With Bell to Provide Customers Hands-Free Access to Mobile Technology

Tecla Launches With Bell to Provide Customers Hands-Free Access to Mobile Technology

Carolyn has access to a smartphone at all times, being able to call, text or search for the closest coffee shop using her wheelchair driving control and tecla-e. Sign up for Bell's special offer here (Canadians only).   TORONTO, Tuesday,...

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What is Switch Access on Android?

What is Switch Access on Android?

For people with quadriplegia from Spinal Cord Injuries (SCI), Multiple Sclerosis (MS), Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), Cerebral Palsy (CP), Muscular Dystrophy (MD) and other mobility impairments, using a smartphone or tablet with a touchscreen can be impossible. However, as mobile...

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Give the Gift of Accessibility This Holiday Season!

Give the Gift of Accessibility This Holiday Season!

 

This holiday season, we invite you to join Tecla and Ontario March of Dimes Canada in sharing the gift of accessibility. For every $175 USD we raise, we will match you, dollar for dollar, and donate a Tecla to someone who hasn't yet benefitted from accessing mobile technology.

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Seeking in this new year: beta testers for Android Jelly Bean

In this great new year of 2015, we're on the hunt for beta testers!

We're obviously passionate about being the solution to inaccessible experiences. That's why we're launching our Tecla Next Beta Testing Program for Android users. This is especially for those who can't wait to get their hands on our next product, Tecla Next, a little early. We are looking for tough critics who accept nothing less than perfection in every product they use. And if you're the type who doesn't mind dealing with a few bugs, here's your chance to help us enhance Tecla for all. 

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What's new in iOS 8 accessibility for users with motor impairments?

In every iteration of iOS, new features are added to improve the user experience for individuals with disabilities.

Here's a list of new features and enhancements in iOS 8 that target individuals with mobility impairments, including spinal cord injuries, strokes, cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis and other conditions that would prevent them from using a touchscreen.

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