I lost both arms in a accident. Right at shoulder, left below elbow. I work in IT and currently manage a network. Over the years I've seen accessibility built into operating systems like Windows and Linux. It was nice to see much thought and effort go into this ideal of making computers accessible to everyone. But, this has changed with this new generation of portable devices, namely smartphones. Sadly, capacitive touch screens are dominating the market. These screens do not respond to the touch of a prosthetic hook. I've tried contacting many of these device manufacturers but none will even respond acknowledging this lack of accessibility much less any efforts to make their products more accessible. I try posting online, responding to reviews of smartphones, trying to shed light on this issue but rarely does anyone respond. Is there any sort of effort being made by anyone here to get the word out? Are the prosthetic device makers aware of this new huge barrier to technology being imposed on us and or are they making an effort to build in some technology into prosthetic hooks so we can use these new generation of touch screens? Carrying around a capacitive stylus is not a realistic option.