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A hand holds a hot coral colored Monzo card. On top of the card in neon green are the texts 'Accessible Banking of the Future'

Financial Technology is Changing Banking for Visually Impaired People

Accessible banking for visually impaired people is still relatively new, but a lot of our high street banks are embracing it, making the banking experience a lot more accessible, with banks such as RBS and Barclays providing their visually impaired customers with high-vis and tactile cards. Apart from the cards themselves, other features such asRead more

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Seeing AI – A Free OCR App for the Blind

A few months ago, I wrote a review for RSBC on the Lens App, a free OCR app from Microsoft that allows you to take a picture of text and have it read back. Despite the positive feedback and how it offers a free alternative to paid OCR apps, it was still rather fiddley andRead more

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Apple Wireless AirPods (a comprehensive Review)

They’re here; they’re finally here!   At their event in September, where they presented the iPhone 7, Apple also showcased two tiny earphones they called the AirPods.   Offering a truly wireless experience, these Bluetooth earphones claims to simplify our life by offering a seamless integration to Apple’s other line of products, especially the iPhoneRead more

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The Apple Watch Series 1 Review

Slightly late to the party, but I got a chance to use and test out the first generation of the Apple Watchh, courtesy to the RSBC. I have written for their website, learn how the watch helps you at work. This is the first Apple Watch that came out in 2015, not the upgraded seriesRead more