Sesame Enable makes using touch-sensitive smartphones a piece of cake for users with physical disabilities.
Rhonda Bingel, a supervisor of business operations for public policy and law at Verizon, says that her disability does not define her.
Verizon has launched a new program for multicultural entrepreneurs, which will provide support via strategic funding and marketing support.
How a smartphone app offers a way for users to communicate with loved ones affected by speech or language disorders.
Take an inside look at the Verizon Center for Customers with Disabilities in Lowell, Mass.
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These students came up with amazing ideas that could change their world before they even hit high school.
Museum with Verizon as a primary donor opens.
Chief Talent and Diversity Officer Magda Yrizarry opens up about her journey to finding her path in career, life and leadership.
Verizon has partnered with LULAC to create the Oportunidad app designed to help Latino communities in the U.S. by providing them with digital tools to more fully integrate into society.