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The Google Pixel 3a XL

Google is launching a new app that lets you do almost anything on your Android phone with just the press of a button

Google is launching a new app that lets you create shortcut buttons on your smartphone for specific tasks. It was designed with accessibility in mind.
It's easy to activate voice controls on an Android phone or tablet.

How to activate voice controls on your Android device, and make Google searches or open apps with your voice

You can activate voice controls on your Android device in two ways: through the Google app and the Voice Access app.

Lawmakers ask that a sign-language interpreter be added to the White House’s popular coronavirus press briefings

"We cannot allow any gaps in relaying information to the American people," Rep. Mark Takano said in an exclusive interview with Business Insider.
It's easy to change the font or display size on your Android device.

How to change the font size on your Android device, or zoom in the display to make everything larger

You can change the font size on your Android phone or tablet by heading to your device's Accessibility menu.
Sarah Katz.

I’m deaf, and have found that transportation services have a long way to go to be more accessible. Here’s how I navigate traveling.

Sarah Katz once broke her wrist in six places after falling during a train trip. Here's what she's learned about being a deaf traveler.
You can use the Magnifier on your iPhone to read text that's normally hard-to-read.

How to use the Magnifier on your iPhone to zoom into hard-to-see signs and text

To use the Magnifier feature on your iPhone, navigate to the "Accessibility" section of your Settings app.

How to lower the brightness on your iPad even more than its usual lowest setting

You can lower the brightness on your iPad even more than its lowest setting in your Control Center by using the "Reduce White Point" feature.
It's easy to delete files on your Chromebook, but you should probably back them up to Google Drive first.

How to invert the colors on your Chromebook, which might make icons and links easier to see

To invert colors on your Chromebook, you just need to change a single setting, which can be found in the Accessibility features menu.

Google wants people with Down syndrome to record themselves speaking to help train its AI to recognize unique speech patterns

Voice technology has historically struggled to understand people with unique speech patterns, like those with Down syndrome.
There are two ways to stop your Roku from talking to you.

How to stop your Roku device from talking to you by turning off its Audio Guide

To stop your Roku from talking to you, you'll need to turn off its Audio Guide, an accessibility feature for users who need help navigating its menus.