Tech for good. Remember when emojis with just a handful of yellow smile-face expressions. Now they can reflect virtually every emotion, ethnicity, job function, food, and pet. When I go to use an emoji I always search for the one that perfectly captures my mood, activity or existence. I’m usually successful, but not everyone is so lucky. Turns out emojis lack a host of accessibility characters, but that’s about to change. Apple recently submitted a new collection of emojis that include people with prosthesis, those in wheel chairs and people with hearing aids or impairment. Don’t go looking for them in your iPhone keyboard just yet. They first go through a rigorous approval process.