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Technology

There’s a myth that older adults don’t like technology. Nonsense! Let’s explore the best apps, websites, gadgets and services for dynamic older women, like us.

Women Over 60 are Using Social Media to Make their Voices Heard
4 years ago

Women Over 60 are Using Social Media to Make their Voices Heard

In a recent Huff Post article, I argued that most companies just don’t know how to market to older women. A few years ago, companies could use the excuse that women over 60 were hard to reach. But, now that our generation is one of the fastest growing audiences in social media, this argument has lost its power. Women over 60 are online – and boy, do we have a lot to say! Read More

What New Gadgets for Women Over 60 Will Come Out of CES?
4 years ago

What New Gadgets for Women Over 60 Will Come Out of CES?

Every year the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) descends on Las Vegas to share with the world the latest trends in consumer electronics. Once only the playground of young innovators and gadget geeks, this year’s show is also catering to the Boomer community with a related event called Silvers Summit. Read More

The Best Apps for Women Over 60
4 years ago

The Best Apps for Women Over 60

Women over 60 today are more technologically savvy than any previous generation of women. We’ve seen a wide variety of technological advances during our lifetimes, from television to mobile phones to the Internet.

As technology keeps getting cheaper and more powerful and more intimately connected to our lives (have you read about “Google Glass?”), there are more ways than ever before for women over 60 to use technology to live healthier, save money, save time, and connect to the people and ideas and entertainment that we value most. Read More

Technology is a Door to a Better Life After 60. Here’s how to Open it!
4 years ago

Technology is a Door to a Better Life After 60. Here’s how to Open it!

When I got divorced, I bought my first power drill. I actually cried when I left the DIY store, realizing all the things that I would now have to do for myself. It was time to start depending on myself. The same was true when it came to my computer. For years, I had relied on other people to Read More