Category Archives: Google

Blog “Screen Readers at a Crossroads” Greg Kraus, NC State Univ

As new technologies emerge, what happens to old standards? That’s an issue that Greg Kraus of North Carolina State University attempts to address when he writes about “Screen Readers at a Crossroads.” At Google’s recent developer conference, they demonstrated their … Continue reading

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Working to Improve Google Product Accessibility

For blind and low-vision users, Google products have proven challenging to use. However, new updates to Chrome, Google Apps and Android are improving the accessibility of those products, and Google has committed to continuing those efforts. Google’s accessibility team presented … Continue reading

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Google Improving Accessibility of Apps

Google recently introduced new accessibility features for many of its Google Apps. The good news is that there are definite improvements in the accessibility features of Gmail and Google Documents, Spreadsheets, Calendar, Sites and Doclist. However, they have more work … Continue reading

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