Updates galore from Oasis Connections

Updates galore from Oasis Connections

Six courses get updates

We've release updates to Windows10, Windows Performance & Maintenance, Intro to Internet, iPad and iPhone for iOS10, and Mobile Accessibility for iPads, iPhones and Android tablets.
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Color Binoculars app helps color blind iPhone users see the world

Color Binoculars app helps color blind iPhone users see the world

A pair of developers, one of whom is color blind, have created a new app that uses the iPhone's (or iPad/iPod) camera to help users distinguish colors.

Wednesday, November 30, 2016/Ken Charvoz| Profile/Number of views (737)/Comments (-)/
Categories: Technology
Microsoft to abandon Skype Modern app and upgrade Translator

Microsoft to abandon Skype Modern app and upgrade Translator

Skype ditches the Modern app and focuses on the desktop while adding two new languages to the Translator preview

If you count on Skype to keep in touch with loved ones, it’s helpful to know about some of the recent changes that could impact you.
Thursday, July 09, 2015/Ken Charvoz| Profile/Number of views (8215)/Comments (-)/
Categories: Technology
New course! Mobile Accessibility: Making Your Phone and Tablet Easier to See, Hear and Use

New course! Mobile Accessibility: Making Your Phone and Tablet Easier to See, Hear and Use

Learn to access and use accessibility features included with your mobile device

We are happy to announce our newest course, Mobile Accessibility: Making Your Phone and Tablet Easier to See, Hear and Use. Mobile devices have features to assist users with vision, hearing, and dexterity loss or decline. This class is a comprehensive introduction to the most popular features that can help overcome these issues and help a user get more out of their device.  

Thursday, July 09, 2015/Ken Charvoz| Profile/Number of views (6750)/Comments (-)/

Turning on closed captions and subtitles on iOS and Android

Here is what you need to know about this accessibility technology and how to use it

Subtitles, closed captions, SDH (Subtitles for the Deaf and Hard of hearing) are accessibilty technologies that interpret video for those with hearing loss. This article explains the differences and shows you how to turn them on either an Android or iOS device.
Thursday, August 14, 2014/Ken Charvoz| Profile/Number of views (5466)/Comments (-)/
Categories: Technology
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