A one-stop technology show for the visually impaired A computer programme that reads or spells aloud whichever is on a computer screen. A portable note-taker with a mega-memory and a Braille keyboard. Scanners that help in getting text from web pages to a voice version. Specialist tape recorders that alter the speed, tone and pitch of tone of voice. They shall have a chance to make use of the technology, and look at how they could be helped by it overcome barriers in education or at work. Advice shall also be available on what government grants might help them own the technology. There are no barriers at the Open University.To fight fake medicines by imposing difficult penalties, strengthening distribution and manufacturing handles and improving awareness, the newspaper writes . ISRIA reports that in a statement by U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon examine during the conference, Ban said, We should join forces to combat this global crime for the sake of international public wellness. He added that folks are not the only types who suffer, noting that counterfeit medical items undermine the credibility of wellness systems, waste resources and diminish confidence in the authorities responsible for public protection, the news headlines service writes . Falsified medications are specially prevalent in developing countries; the WHO estimates that up to 30 percent of drugs sold in parts of Africa, Asia and Latin America are fake, including types used to fight diseases like malaria and tuberculosis, TIME writes.