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Chinese smartphone maker OPPO has used the observance of Get Online Week to host a tech training session for older Australians in the Gold Coast, in partnership with seniors training company BasicTech.

Published in Home Tech
Tuesday, 14 September 2021 15:48

60+ Aussies increasingly digital: survey

60-up Australians are following an increasingly digital lifestyle, according to a survey, and it's likely to stay that way post-pandemic.

Published in Home Tech
Wednesday, 12 May 2021 22:10

Telstra accused of over-selling to seniors

Many senior customers have stayed loyal to Telstra, but some complain they are being oversold products they don't want or need.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

ASCCA is the Australian Seniors Computer Clubs Association, and the replay of the 2020 Living Your Best Online Life conference can be seen here now!

Published in Home Tech

Car sharing service GoGet is claiming a 43% increase in Victoria this year in the use of its services by seniors hard-pressed by the expense of continuing to operate a private car.

Published in Market

Ageing Australian baby boomers and seniors are embracing digital technology such as wearables, mobile apps and online health management tools, according to a newly released research report.

Published in Health

NBN Co says that Australians connected to the network "are twice as likely to enrol in online learning courses" and that older Australians are getting in on the action, too.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Samsung has commenced its VR pilot with Uniting aged care homes to encourage social integration and to help tick off a bucket list kick-off.

Published in Home Tech

Huawei is leveraging its 4G SIM-enabled wearable Watch 2 and, with Aussie software company mCareWatch’s help, has produced a “healthcare solution that offers safety and security to the elderly and disabled, and peace of mind to their carers".

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Seniors and baby boomers have joined the younger, healthy set in using fitness tracking devices, according to new research which shows that the older brigade in Australia are emerging as a major market for fitness tracking devices as they take up health technology and devices as rapidly as young people.

Published in Market

Australia’s senior citizens, many of them grandparents, are taking to Internet surfing with great gusto, according to new research which reveals that there is an explosion of smart device and increased access to fast broadband by our older Aussies.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Aimed at seniors across the country to help them save money and learn more about smartphones, Vodafone’s new deals offer the first month free as a sweetener to switch.

Published in Mobility

New Zealand telco Spark has launched an initiative for the older generation and their ability to learn about new technology, following on from a survey showing New Zealanders over 55 are no different to anyone else when it comes to an understanding and obsession with tech.

Published in Market

HealthXL, a global market for health innovations, and IBM have teamed up to host a health hackathon to explore options for tackling some of the biggest challenges facing Australia’s growing aged population.

Published in Development
Wednesday, 23 July 2014 17:07

Seniors still love their landlines

Smartphones may be taking over the world but Australia's seniors continue to rely on their home phone for communication according to new figures released today.

Published in Home Tech

Potentially thousands of elderly Australians have lost their phone number for good, with the new receivers of telecommunications company ONESeniors announcing existing landline numbers will have to be terminated.

Published in Home Tech
Thursday, 15 May 2014 12:01

Thousands of seniors lose their phone number

Potentially thousands of elderly Australians have lost their phone number for good, with the new receivers of telecommunications company ONESeniors announcing existing landline numbers will have to be terminated.

Published in Deals

Australia Post has introduced a concession stamp for pensioners and other eligible concession card holders just one week before the basic postage rate increases.

Published in Market
Wednesday, 30 October 2013 15:47

Seniors conference on computers set for Sydney

The Australian Seniors Computer Clubs Association (ASCCA) is set to stage its 15th annual conference for senior citizens next month in Sydney.

Published in Market
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