A month after its launch, NB Online looks into what’s different about the newest iPhone and whether its features are a help or hindrance to users with sight loss.
Connect community member and campaigner, Elise Crayton, shares her thoughts about the potential risk of electric and hybrid vehicles to people with sight loss.
Alex Lee from Tech Advisor reviews some of the best screen-reading software for blind and partially sighted users.
Robin Christopherson from AbilityNet shines a light on the different ways you can use the Echo in his daily podcast: ‘Dot to Dot’.
A free mobile app that connects sighted volunteers to support blind and partially sighted people is now available on Android.
Scott Davert, writer for AppleVis, a community of blind and partially sighted Apple users, rounds up of some and the new and improved features of the latest iOS.
“An iPad isn’t just an iPad” says Cameron Faulkner, who explains how he discovered his passion for inclusive technology which inspired him to start his own blog on the topic.
The world’s first 3D printing pen is helping blind and partially sighted people of all ages to express themselves. Kelley from 3Doodler tells us more.
The RNIB Online Shop sells over 700 practical products to help blind and partially sighted people maintain their independence and keep doing the things they love.