It's hard to believe that it's that time of year again, isn't it? Time to scour the stores and internet for the perfect gifts for everyone on your list. Well if you need a present for a lover of tech gadgets, we've got you covered. Click through to check out our picks ranging in price from $20 to $200.
It's always refreshing to check easy projects off of our "to-do" lists. Here's a super simple project that can give your gadget a quick and colorful makeover!
If you've got gadgets and gizmos aplenty, chances are they all need a little protection from the hazards of daily life -- or at least from surface scratches. Here are 20 creative DIY sleeves and cases for laptops and tablets!
The way I see it, there's a geek in all of us. Maybe you're crazy about robots (ahem), photography, coffee, or even your iPhone -- and chances are you know someone just as geeky, too. Celebrate their nerdy obsessions with a gift they'll truly love!
I had one of those "why didn't I think of that?" moments when I first spotted this project from Crafty Endeavor. I mean, it's ridiculously easy! And 100% customizable! And have I mentioned awesome?
The only reason I'm the least bit interested in tech gear is because I'm married to a techie pioneer. While he's all about cutting edge technology, I'm in awe of the innovative accoutrements, i.e., cool accessories. See how this mild mannered laptop bag turns into a fully functional workstation.
Tipnut collected 16 free tutorials and patterns for iPad and Kindle covers to help you get moving on those handmade gifts for your friend and family. The gadgets are so close in size, you can adapt the patterns to fit just about any similar sized device.
In the middle of three sunny, warm days in Southern California, I checked my email to find a request from a guy over at www.planetgreen.discovery.com to use
Delight.com's fun 2008 Holiday Gift Guide got us thinking about how to get through all the Holiday Gift Guides out there. So here's a comprehensive summary to the best 2008 Holiday Gift Guides we could find, organized by topic, just for you!
Use it as a "guide to gift guides", to help find what you're looking for. I've started with the obvious interests of Curbly readers. If you're looking for foo-foo-y girly gifts or a nice warm robe for Grandma, you'll need to do a little online research.
If you have other obvious categories you'd like to have reviewed, feel free to leave a comment for consideration.
Made from Anthropologie-looking fabric, the Laptop Messenger Bag has a smooth chocolate brown recycled leather strap (from an Ann Taylor skirt) and a back pocket cut out of a recycled bomber jacket. To be perfectly honest, I did take the outside pocket right off of my original Placemat Hack: Flaptop Laptop Cover. This handy messenger version is easy to carry, quilted on the inside and has the added details of topstitching and that fabulous...
Tech blog PC Tips Box offers three tips to keep your lap and fingers cool as you work on your laptop, perhaps as you write your Curbly post masterpiece?
1. Clean the fan
2. Monitor the vitals
3. Work using a ergonomic fan riser.
Read the full article here.