After being previously locked to paid accounts, the Zoom auto-generated captions feature is now available for all free meeting accounts.
Tobii and Pimax announced that a new partnership will ensure Tobii eye-tracking is a standard feature in Pimax VR headsets going forward.
Apple Music Voice has been announced and will offer users a cheaper Apple Music plan providing they only use their voice with Siri.
The new PS5 Game Trials feature is a great feature for disabled players, but the current timer system leaves them unable to fully try.
YouTube has announced that it is going to start rolling out accessibility features such as multi-audio tracks and other captioning tools.
Audio Radar is an upcoming accessibility tool that converts 7.1 surround sound into directional LED light patterns attached to a display.
Discord has introduced 2 new accessibility improvements to the platform in its latest update, allowing users to adjust a few elements.
The latest Nintendo Switch firmware update that introduces Bluetooth audio appears to not work with some Bluetooth-enabled hearing aids.
Facebook and Instagram both appear to have removed character limits for alternative text but there has been no official confirmation.
Microsoft has revealed its Surface Adaptive Kit that contains stickers with raised icons to help make Microsoft's laptops more accessible.
Twitter allows users to upload SRT caption files directly to their video as they're composing the tweet as part of the platforms new design.
Shopify recently launched its new online store and following that comes its new accessibility requirements for all new themes going forward.
Slack recently introduced Slack Huddles with an auto-caption feature, but it's reportedly unreliable and can only be used for audio calls.
With Netflix reportedly shifting to include video games, I've been wondering what this means for its subtitle standards.