Free tech­nol­ogy work­shops

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PEO­PLE who want to learn more about how to use ev­ery­day tech­nol­ogy are in­vited to at­tend free work­shops at City of Bayswa­ter li­braries this month.

The first ses­sion will be held at Mor­ley Li­brary from 9.30am to 11.30am on Satur­day, Oc­to­ber 14, by lo­cal busi­ness Tech­no­log­i­cally Speak­ing.

Ti­tled “Ac­cess­ing stream­ing ser­vices”, it will look at smart TV op­tions and cheaper al­ter­na­tives, as well as tak­ing an in-depth look at the paid and free stream­ing ser­vices avail­able.

The se­cond ses­sion, ti­tled “Life­style im­prove­ments us­ing ev­ery­day tech­nol­ogy”, will be from 9.30am to 11.30am on Satur­day, Oc­to­ber 21, at Bayswa­ter Li­brary, fo­cus­ing on con­ve­nience and safety fea­tures us­ing smart phones.

Tim Coghill said the ses­sions were for “any­one who has a smart phone, tablet, smart TV or any other in­ter­net-en­abled de­vice”.

“They will re­ally ben­e­fit any­one who feels like they have been left be­hind by con­stant changes in tech­nol­ogy,” he said.

To book, go to www.bayswa­

Pic­ture: An­drew Ritchie­mu­ni­ d474742

Tim Coghill and Josh Reeves from Tech­no­log­i­cally Speak­ing want to help peo­ple mas­ter tech­nol­ogy.

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