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If you've got a new gadget, we've got guides to get you set up. Choose your device below and we'll get you up and running in no time with simple, easy to understand instructions.

The best video calling courses

Video calling has become a hugely important way of keeping in touch, and it's relatively simple to understand by following one of the video calling courses we've gathered together for you.

How to make your Wi-Fi faster

If your internet connection at home is slow, we've got some simple tips to make your Wi-Fi faster.

Getting online: How to find free Wifi

Getting online doesn't have to cost the Earth - in fact, there are a lot of free options you may be able to take advantage of.

Does private browsing really work?

Nearly half of American internet users have tried a private, or incognito, browsing mode, but do they really work?

How to make free calls with Alexa

If you have an Echo, Echo Dot or any Echo, you can make free voice calls. And if you own any version of the Echo Show, you can make video calls, too.

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.

Coronavirus is causing massive misconceptions about seniors

Paul Nash, Associate Professor of Gerontology at University of Southern California and Phillip W. Schnarrs, Associate Professor of Population Health, University of Texas at Austin, say ageism causing massive misconceptions about senior health.

How many Americans really have high-speed internet access?

The FCC says 14 million people don't have broadband internet access. Microsoft says its research shows that it is actually closer to 163 million.

Almost half the world is living through this pandemic without the internet

CNN highlights the digital divide that has torn the world apart during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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