Here's a Christmas fable for you: you're walking into your nearest Apple store and you spot a homeless man outside on the streets. Suffused with seasonal good cheer, you decide you will purchase something for this unfortunate citizen inside Steve's temple of beautifully designed tech. What should you pick?
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It's the curse of Christmas: you know the relatives are going to ask you to fix their terrible PC. We've offered guidance for that in the past, but here's some gift suggestions to ease the burden in the future.
Predicting the future is near impossible -- but that doesn‘t stop us all from having a red hot go. Human beings have been predicting the future since the beginning of history and the results range from the hilarious to the downright uncanny.
One thing all future predictions have in common: they‘re rooted in our current understanding of how the world works. It‘s difficult to escape that mindset. We have no idea how technology will evolve, so our ideas are connected to the technology of today.
We've already covered a bunch of gift categories in our Lifehacker gift guide. This week, we're offering up budget, quality and luxury ideas for specific groups of recipients. First up: students.
A hacker can't be printing their own T-shirts all the time. Here's some options for adding to your gift list, though do try and check sizes in advance. No-one likes getting a 3XL if they don't need one.
We love a good do-it-yourself project here at Lifehacker. Here's some gift ideas for anyone else you know with the handyperson gene.
Lifehacker readers love Android, and naturally we want to share that love with the rest of the world. Here's a range of options for the deserving Android recipient in your life.
IKEA hacking is a constant topic of discussion here at Lifehacker. Not all these gift ideas from the Swedish furniture giant require hacking, but they're all interesting possibilities if you're prepared to face the crowds and brave your local store. (Don't go on weekends, we beg you.)
Music is a fine gift. A CD by Susan Boyle is not. Tune up your Christmas plans with these melodically sound gift suggestions as the Lifehacker Gift Guide 2010 continues.
Organised types will have finished their Christmas shopping back in September, but most of us need a little more help. The Lifehacker Gift Guide for 2010 kicks off with some perfect gift choices to help the recipients get themselves more organised (including budget-minded options for those of us with rapidly shrinking wallets) .