Over the next five years the charity will use technology to help improve the lives of those with combined hearing and sight loss.
Training will take place in community venues to ensure residents have the digital skills to access work opportunities, stay connected with friends and families and access benefits.
A new Prince's Trust ampaign uses real life examples of successful young entrepreneurs to help promote its Enterprise programme.
The Rate it! site aims to address the lack of reviews by disabled people of how well consumer goods promote independent living.
More than 300,000 people were reached by the five weekly shows created by digital inclusion charity #techmums.
Report by Good Things Foundation puts forward the economic case for tackling digital exclusion.
Successful bidders will be expected to recruit ‘digital champions’ to help improve the employment prospects of those looking for work.
A report by Citizen’s Advice Scotland finds that smartphone-only internet users are struggling to carry out basic online tasks such as filling in a form.
Newly released guide urges councils to be more involved with local tech issues and work better with charities.
Charity Refuge has helped almost 1,000 people since January who have been the victim of domestic abuse involving technology.