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RAZ MOBILITY LAUNCHES PICTURE-BASED MEMORY CELL PHONE FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH MEMORY LOSS AND INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES

VIENNA, VA, February 20th, 2020 – RAZ Mobility (www.razmobility.com), a provider of mobile assistive technology, announced today the launch of the RAZ Memory Cell Phone.  The cell phone takes simplicity to the extreme and is designed to address the unique needs of people with dementia and other forms of memory loss.  The RAZ Memory Cell […]

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RAZ MOBILITY LAUNCHES ACCESSIBLE MOBILE PHONE FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH IMPAIRED VISION

VIENNA, VA, May 22nd, 2019 – RAZ Mobility (www.razmobility.com), a provider of mobile assistive technology, is announcing the launch of the Lucia phone.  Lucia is an easy-to-use basic mobile phone specifically designed to address the unique needs of people who are blind, low vision or hard of hearing.  Someone who is completely blind can use […]

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RAZ Mobility Launches New Redesigned Accessible Application Installer App

VIENNA, VA, January 23, 2018 – RAZ Mobility, a provider of mobile assistive technology, announced the launch of its new redesigned Accessible Application Installer app.  The free application provides users a simple way to discover the benefits of Android accessible applications. RAZ Mobility has reviewed thousands of third-party applications and created a selection of recommended […]

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RAZ Mobility Launches Accessibility Application Installer App

VIENNA, VA, December 20, 2016 – RAZ Mobility, a provider of mobile assistive technology, announced the launch of its Accessibility Application Installer app.  The free application provides users a simple way to discover the benefits of Android accessible applications. RAZ Mobility has reviewed thousands of third-party applications and created a selection of recommended accessibility applications […]

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A quadriplegic’s challenge: Make me a touch-free phone

Giora Livne missed out on the smartphone revolution. In 2007, Apple CEO Steve Jobs strutted onto a stage and unveiled the iPhone, which would dramatically change how everyone interacts with mobile devices. Well, not everyone. That same year, Livne, a former electrical engineer and Israeli navy commander, suffered a spinal cord injury that left him […]

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