We asked one of our Technology for Life coordinators to review a new online cookbook that's giving blind foodies access to thousands of recipes.
We asked our Technology for Life coordinators and volunteers to tell us about their favourite apps for listening and audio entertainment.
RNIB have worked alongside the Department of Health and Social Care to bring about the possibility of using Be My Eyes to take a home coronavirus test.
RNIB has teamed up with the Guardian and Google to launch a brand-new accessible storytelling website.
A simple voice command, spoken to an Alexa-enabled device, triggers a new functionality on Amazon and was developed in partnership with RNIB.
Five top app recommendations from our Technology for Life volunteers and staff for getting out and about as lockdown eases.
Alzheimer Scotland’s digital team has created a platform to help anyone living with dementia, or supporting someone with dementia, to find the right technology at the right time.
Five top technology recommendations from our Technology for Life volunteers.
NaviLens is a navigation and labelling app designed for blind and partially sighted users. It's found all across the world and you can use it at home too.
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