It was unwrapping time, perhaps on Christmas day, perhaps on the Eve, according to your family tradition. But disaster struck. You were gifted something which
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You waited too long and you know it, and now you’ll have to brave the crowds and fight the lines. Let’s see if we can help out with some last minute easy to find gift ideas.
There are Apple iAddicts, and then there are those of us who dig the green droid made by Google. If you know someone who loves their Samsung or Sony or LG or HTC -- pretty much anything not made by Apple -- these are options for you.
With Apple producing so many iProducts, you probably don't have to look hard to find an Apple fan-person in your life. If you know at least one, you might want an idea or two, for their iLife.
Gamers aren't always the easiest bunch to buy for, unless you know exactly which game they don't own and want, so we've assembled a few ideas that might help.
For some, getting physical is the best part of their day, letting them run off steam with a literal run or something even more intense. We're not all like that, mind you, but if you know someone who is, this is a guide for them.
Some people live in their home, and others maintain control of a world outside it. Specifically their backyard and the outdoors. If you know someone like that, here are a few top choices.
Know someone keen to be the next Ansel Adams or Henri-Cartier Bresson? Help take them there with the hardware or software a photographer can rely on in the modern age.
There’s no denying it: the new Star Wars movie will be just about the biggest deal this year as far as movies go, so why not get a piece of tech that works with the biggest film of the year?
It's easier than ever to get in the kitchen, and with a home appliance here and there, anyone with a passing interest in making something delicious can help bring out their true calling.
The world of art is changing, and thanks to gadgets and consumer tech, you can give the artist in your life something to help them on their creative quest.
For the budding musicians, we have a slightly different take on the gift guide, because if you know someone who wants to strum a guitar and cheer on a crowd, here are some top ideas.
The internet is great for researching all sorts of things, but proving the existence of Santa Claus? Apparently it’s good for that too. A little too good.