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iOS 14: All about Apple’s new iPhone software

Apple has unveiled the newest software for its iPhone and iPad, called iOS and iPadOS 14. Coming in September, it's got a new home screen and loads of other new features.

Amazon slashes the price of its Echo Show smart screen

Amazon's Echo Show 8 is the best device out there for people who aren't comfortable with an iPad or smartphone. Amazon has heavily discounted the device, so there's never been a better time to buy.

The best way to buy a cheap iPhone

iPhones are not cheap - but we've got a guide to getting a bargain buy buying refurbished and older handsets that will stop do everything you need.

Apple’s iPhone SE – the perfect phone for seniors

Apple has released its latest iPhone, the SE - and it's perfect for those on a tight budget or looking for a first iPhone.

What’s the best tablet for video calling grandma?

The Guardian's guide to choosing a video calling device for seniors - with Amazon's Echo Show as its top pick.

Using Alexa: The ultimate senior’s guide

Our guide even comes with a list of commands you can print out and put next to your speaker.

How to set up your parents for weeks of isolation: Wired

Wired UK's roundup has some useful tips - and recommends Google's Nest Hub Max as the best device to buy.

How to stay in virtual touch with older relatives: BBC

The BBC has a roundup of the options for staying in touch digitally.

What’s the best device for seniors stuck in isolation?

Technology is key to keeping in touch with parents and others in isolation, but what should you buy? Here's a guide to what's best, and some simple tips for setting it up most effectively.

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Social media stress: Are YOU suffering?

The constant stream of messages, updates and content that social media apps deliver right to our pockets can sometimes feel like a social overload, invading your personal space and obliging you to reply in order to maintain friendships.