Thursday, May 03, 2007

New device gives disabled more control over laptops

Researchers at BT in Ipswich, U.K., have created a small adapter containing movement sensors, which will allow people with disabilities or those working in confined spaces the ability to control laptop computers without the need for a mouse or keyboard. The researchers expect the device to help companies better comply with the U.K.'s Disability Discrimination Act and other similar legislation. Yahoo!/PCWorld/Computerworld UK , BBC

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