pageoneresults - 5:52 pm on Jan 17, 2008 (gmt 0) Microsoft releases tools to boost Web Accessibility
Microsoft on Thursday is expected to release a new set of developer tools for products that improve the Internet's accessibility for people with disabilities. The tools, called UI Automation, can be used royalty-free, according to Microsoft's Windows Accessibility lead Norm Hodne, as long as the resulting applications are built to perform within all platforms, e.g. Windows or Linux.
Microsoft releases tools to boost Web Accessibility