Google has added a new feature to Chrome that can identify the objects in an image, and describe them for blind or partially sighted users.
As part of World Sight Day, Google Maps is improving walking directions for people with visual impairments. The Google service can now offer more detailed voice guidance and new types of verbal announcements.
Scientists have developed a smartphone app that is capable of detecting the early signs of eye disease by analyzing photos of children.
Hulu has just debuted two new features to make its platform easier to use for people with visual impairments.
This new technology is allowing visually impaired patrons to have a unique experience at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science.
Google has added the ability to detect delivery packages to its Nest Hello doorbell and it will notified you whenever a new package gets delivered to your front door.
The Rapid Ring app has been designed to allow users to respond to a notification or start streaming as soon as possible.
Amazon launched a new first-party Alexa Show skill called Show and Tell in order to help the visually impaired identify groceries and other household items like boxes, cans, or other packaged items that are hard to identify by touch.
Yahoo Finance is making its stock charts on iOS and Android apps accessible to the blind and partially sighted.
A new iOS 13 feature called QuickPath is going to change the way you type on your iPhone, including the new iPhone 11. Even after Apple began to allow third-party keyboard apps on the iPhone and iPad, its own keyboard lacked the option for gesture typing.