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Google Improving Smartphone Accessibility

Google Improving Smartphone Accessibility

By Michelle Diament  | DisabilityScoop 

Google is offering up new ways for people with various disabilities to more easily use their smartphones.
The technology giant said that it’s now possible to control Android-powered smartphones hands-free by using simple gestures like smiling, raising eyebrows or looking in one direction.

The new options are available through two tools — Camera Switches and Project Activate — which use machine learning technology and the phone’s front-facing camera to pick up on gestures.

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