Though many developers have begun to abandon Google Glass, a Cambridge, Massachusetts-based startup called Brain Power believes that the hardware still has plenty of possibilities for children with autism.
This post has been corrected. “OK, Glass: What are other people feeling?” This is the thrust behind a new tool that helps kids on the autism spectrum understand other people’s emotions. The Autism Glass
(CNN) — He might have just won one of sport's most prestigious events, but it wasn't long before Jordan Spieth's thoughts turned to his autistic sister in the glow of victory. The 21-year-old golfer equaled