Ahh, those elusive Gen-Zers - the Snapchatting, crop-top/mom jean-wearing, Insta-ing group of kids who make up a large portion of our gift recipients. What do you get for your 13-year-old niece? Sixteen-year-old grandson? Here are some great tech ideas.
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Sometimes it's best to buy a gift that the entire family can enjoy versus individual items for everyonw. It might cost a bit more money, but it'll put one, big gift that everyone can unwrap, and enjoy for years to come, under the tree.
Sonos and Ikea have jointly announced a collaboration between the two companies that will see them "explore how to enable many more people to create atmosphere at home with great design, music and sound."
Somfy Systems, Inc., a manufacturer of tubular motors for interior and exterior window coverings, has introduced voice control for its motorized window coverings.
Hisense has launched the RF21, a 21-cubic-foot French door-style refrigerator that combines sleek modern design with smart user-friendly features.
While the worldwide market for wearables has been showing continued growth, there seems to be a shift toward smart wearables, i.e. those that can run third-party applications, over more basic devices.
Are there sports nuts on your list? Consider gifting them with these great items that are sure to put smiles on their faces.
Ladies love tech. So why not surprise the special woman in your life with a cool, new device under the tree this holiday season? From stylish audio accessories, to classy smartwatches and more, here are some great gift options.
Pretty well everyone on the planet has a mobile phone these days, and many of us have smartphones. If you know someone who's glued to his phone 24/7, or is always looking for cool gear to use with it, check out these interesting tech ideas.
Misfit has released its new Command Hybrid Smartwatch, which blends the design of a classic analog watch with connected smartwatch features.
Shinola has launched its new Canfield Headphone Collection, which is designed and developed in Detroit, and joins the company's existing audio products, including the Runwell turntable and bookshelf speakers.