Launched in the UK last year, and promised to come with Auslan support in 2019, Huawei's StorySign app is now available for deaf and hard-of-hearing children and their parents to enjoy story time together.
Chinese telecommunications firm Huawei has launched an artificial intelligence-powered app that can enrich story time for people who are hard of hearing or deaf.
The Australian Communications Consumer Action Network has raised concerns about future federal government funding of the National Relay Service which has a critical role as a communications channel for Australians who are deaf, hearing-impaired or speech-impaired.
Uber has made it easier for deaf and hard-of-hearing riders and driver-partners to be a customer or transport service provider with the Uber app, supported by Deaf Australia.
A new model has been proposed to make it easier for deafblind consumers to access telco customers service call centres.
The Telecommunications Universal Service Management Agency (TUSMA) has launched a new free smartphone and tablet app as part of the National Relay Service (NRS).
Australian Communication Exchange (ACE) is the proud recipient of a $9,000 grant from Optus, as part of the 2011 Optus Regional Community Grants Program.
Revolutionary and potentially life-saving technology has won a prominent Telstra Innovation Challenge Award today.
ACE has an important Vision for the future - Access to Communication for Everyone
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