Dating apps provide lots of opportunities to meet new people if you are blind or partially sighted. If you're thinking of giving it a go, read our guide to getting started on online dating.
Safer Internet Day takes place on 11 February 2020, and this year the organisers are exploring whether young people feel free to be themselves online.
RNIB and Amazon have worked together to make information and advice about living with sight loss accessible through its voice assistant, Alexa.
Code Jumper, a new educational tool has been created to help children aged seven to 11 with vision impairments to learn to code.
In October 2019, our Technology for Life team celebrated a year since volunteers were integrated into the service.
Read our hot tips on how to make your social media accessible for everyone.
The free app that connects blind and partially sighted people to sighted volunteers for visual support has added a new service.
O2 is offering 25 per cent off to RNIB Connect members on phone and airtime.
RNIB’s Social Media team share six tips for writing helpful image descriptions.