GIVE YOUR EYES A REST BY USING ACCESSIBILITY FEATURES ON YOUR SCREEN

GIVE YOUR EYES A REST BY USING ACCESSIBILITY FEATURES ON YOUR SCREEN
 Most of us take our eyesight for granted and like me, I bet you don’t even know about your accessibility features on your iPad, tablet, laptop or desk top computer. After recent eye surgery recovery I was reminded by my Apple Canada contact Tara Hendela to check out the iPad’s accessibility features. I’m glad I did, and I must say the experience was much easier on my eyes.But now that I am pretty much healed, I am a new fan of accessibility features on any device. Why? Because after spending hours reading on a screen, as I do, it is relieving to look at a less bright and contrasty screen. The iPad for example, has several accessibility options (unlike most competitors) for your eyes and ease of use. It easily reverses the screen, like a negative so what was light is now dark. Black text now shows as white on a dark background. The only...

Savaria Corp. Q2 income plummets 89 per cent to $140,000

Savaria Corp. Q2 income plummets 89 per cent to $140,000
LAVAL, Que. – Elevator and accessibility company Savaria Corp. (TSX:SIS) says its second quarter income was down 89 per cent from a year ago as it lost money on foreign exchange, dealt with poor weather, and saw an increase in financing costs.Savaria also spent more money on operating expenses for newly acquired companies.The company, based in the Montreal area, said net income was $140,000, compared to $1.3 million in the same quarter last year. Revenues were almost flat at $16 million, versus $16.9 million.The company said it took a foreign exchange loss because the value of the loonie was six per cent higher over the same period in 2010. The company sells 50 per cent of its goods outside Canada, primarily in the United States. Trending Stories Global coronavirus cases surpass 20...