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You don’t need to spend a boatload of money to give a techno-gadget this year (or any year). In fact, you can spend less than $100. CNET has an excellent guide to technology gifts under $100.
Another day, another tablet to compete with Apple’s iPad. Is it worthy? That depends on your perspective, of course. As many companies are realizing, it’s quite difficult to compete with the iPad, and that’s just what the HP TouchPad is trying to do.
Your wrist might be the last place you’d expect to see Google’s Android operating system, but a new Android-based, super-connected wristwatch called I’mWatch is pretty genius, when you think about it.
It’s no surprise that that the 26th Editors’ Choice awards from Macworld would include the MacBook Air and other Macintosh products, but the list also includes a number of gadgets and technology not made by Apple.
Everyone loves online video clips, like those at YouTube and Vimeo, and among the most ardent fans are teenagers.
What do the readers of the technology blog Mashable want for the holidays?
David Pogue, the technology columnist for The New York Times, has a gift guide for 2010, with Amazon’s Kindle topping the list.
Do you want Netflix streaming movies on your TV? Sure you do. And short of buying an Internet-connected television—quite an expensive proposition, especially if you just bought a high-definition (HD) 42-inch television—then you can have your Internet and eat it too (well, not really, but you get the gist).
Kids are after tech gifts this year, no doubt about that. You think your 7-year-old is content with a board game?