On Tuesday 9 September, older people across the UK got to grips with the latest technology at EE’s National Techy Tea Party Day, in partnership with Age UK.
Highlights from the day
We look at 5 common online scams so you know how to stay alert and safe when using the internet.
Jan Tchamani, one of our joint internet champions, explains how the internet has changed her life.
The Wireless’ tech guru, Zoe Cunningham, shares some tips to help you get the most out of your new digital camera
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