You waited. Then you waited some more. And now it's Christmas Eve. You should be finishing shopping right now, but you're sitting lazily at your computer. Luckily, with our last minute gift guide, such limited exertion is not a problem.
The Holidays are depressing. Religious celebrations aside, they're filled with time spent with a family you didn't choose, little sun, zero free time and an obligation to buy stuff for other people. Do you know someone with this outlook?
During the last month, we've made, literally, hundreds of gift recommendations for every type of person you could possibly know. If you still can't figure out what to buy a loved one or a stranger, it's your fault. MEGA ROUNDUP:
True audiophiles are a rare, mysterious phenomenon. They scoff at what you and I consider top-of-the-line audio equipment, and wouldn't dream of touching an iPod. What do you buy for these strange creatures?
You've waited until the last minute to shop, again. That's OK. Coupon Sherpa has shared their list of basically every online retailer's order deadline known to Man. The good news? You STILL have time to shop.
Working, playing and socializing on the internet can give you tunnel vision. What about the technophobes? The luddites? The olds? What can you give someone like that? Here are the best gifts for people who just don't "get" the internet.
In this guide we suggest gifts for a variety of bad bosses, from the ones who try too hard to the ones who make you work too hard. Not that I, as a Gizmodo intern, would know anything about that. But for those of you who do hate your bosses, here are the best gifts to give them.
I used to love the winter, but now I find myself missing summer more and more. I assume this will culminate with boob-high pants and a condo in Florida, but gifts like these would help me make due for now.
Choosing a graphics cards is a confusing endeavor. So Tom's Hardware shared their buying results after testing pretty much every card on the planet. Whether you've got $50 to spend or $250 to spend, this list will come in handy:
There are generally two criteria for gifts at a White Elephant/Yankee Swap party: they've gotta be cheap, and they've gotta be hilariously bad. After all, what's the point if you can't stick someone with a total garbage gift?
Mark Goldstein is the Editor of Photography Blog. And he's been so kind as provide us with his favorite point and shoot picks in every key category.
Yesterday, we saw the best laptops at any price. But what about their little brothers, the netbooks? Quite simply, here are the three best models that you should choose from, provided by Mark Spoonauer from Laptop:
During our week celebrating precision audio, you guys asked about respectable but affordable home-theater audio. So we hit up CNet's Audiophiliac, Steve Guttenberg, to clue us in to three exceptional 5.1 speaker/subwoofer combo packages selling for $800 or less.
If only their parents had waited until summer to conceive! Still, they can't change their birth date, but you can most definitely ensure they get the best two presents for their bi-celebration this December.
To find out the best Windows laptops of 2009, we checked in with Mark Spoonauer who, as editor-in-chief of Laptop Magazine and Laptopmag.com, oversaw 130+ notebook and netbook reviews this year. If you're buying, buy one of these.
Why do we drink more around the holidays? Is it the cold? The relatives? Just looking for an excuse? Whatever the reason, here are some drinking gadgets for your friends with a lush for life. (Also: it's the relatives).
Kaitlyn Chantry is the editor-in-chief of CamcorderInfo.com. And she's been so kind as provide us with her favorite camcorders picks in every key price range.
I just updated my winter outdoor gadget gift list with a number of newly tested pieces of gear. [Gifts for Outdoor Geeks Not Afraid of Sunshine or Sweat. Pictured, the Eton FR 600 Radio in our guide]
Since you are already looking for gadget gifts, why not buy ones that benefit education, a public service or the less fortunate? You would be surprised at how many great toys are affiliated with charitable organizations.