Technology & Toys

Senior Living
Useful and fun stuff for the senior to use at home or on the road.

Cell phones here to stay star
Are you cell phone illiterate? We´re products of the Age of Technology, thus we need to ´get with the program.´

Computers & Technology star[offsite link]
Tremendous site that explains computer and technical stuff in plain words so it is easy to understand. If ou have some questions about how to do something on your computer, check this site before calling your kids.

Computers Made Easy for Senior Citizens star[offsite link]
This is a site to help retired folks learn about computers. It offers free trainng and information to improve skills..

Electronics Shopping with Confidence star
Just walking into an electronics store can be intimidating. Arming yourself with a little knowledge about what to buy and what to leave behind when you leave makes it just another shopping trip.

Free eReader Apps for Computers star
eBooks are here to stay. Even if you prefer the traditional print book, there are advantages to eBooks. And now there are free computer apps to make them accessible to everyone.

High tech, low tech, gadgets and gizmos star
Senior Citizens and Technology

Organize Your Email Inbox star
Email inboxes can become as cluttered as their paper counterparts. If yor inbox is more like a 'holding zone', here are some tips to get the old mail out and make the electronic wonder easier to handle.

Saving a Wet Cell Phone star
Cell phones are delicate electronic devices that have become increasingly important in our daily lives. If your cell phone, laptop or tablet gets wet, can they be saved? Read on to find three quick ways to keep water from ruining your device.

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