Technology news

Start printing those treasured memories

HUGE numbers of disabled and older people may be missing out on the benefits of the digital age. But they may well be the ones who end up with a smile on their faces . . .

Eye control to be part of Windows

Technology plays a vital role in assisting those with disabilities and illnesses. Here on All Together Now we have examined how digital glasses  allow people...

Finger-pricking good! Hi-tech health awards

A FINGER prick blood test monitor that helps chemotherapy patients manage their treatment, software that turns physiotherapy into video games, and a collection of clothes that heighten or mute senses to help people affected by autism are amongst the winners of the AXA PPP Health Tech & You Awards 2017.

Digital glasses and new style chair scoop awards

DIGITAL glasses that help people who have lost the use of their arms to use computers, and a new style wheelchair that goes up and down steps, have been crowned the winners of a “Dragons’ Den” style design competition.

Can you help make the music sound better?

DO YOU use a hearing aid, enjoy music – and want to help improve the sound quality? Well, here’s your chance. Dr Alinka Greasley, at...

‘Hello, Your Royal Highness . . .’ Jamie says via his computer

THE Duke of Kent found out how technology is continuing to help disabled people in all kinds of ways – including experiencing first-hand what it’s like to drive a virtual car using eye-tracking technology . . . and having a good old friendly chat!

Wheelchair marathon star Sarah sets new world hand cycling record record

LONDON Wheelchair Marathon champion Sarah Piercy has just become the fastest woman hand cyclist on earth!