Last week, The Next Web’s editorial team put together their personal gift recommendations for this holiday season. If you’re looking for ideas, browse our favorites below to find the perfect present for your loved one.
The Google Chromecast may be a household name in the states, but its arrival in Canada, the United Kingdom and nine other European countries this year makes Chromecast an ideal gift for cord-cutters.
For those who can still appreciate the charm of print magazines, our UK reporter Mic Wright‘s got you covered. A subscription to Stack Magazines helps keep independent publishing in print alive and exposes you to interesting, beautiful magazines.
If you’re looking to gift a fascinating read this year, Editor-in-Chief Martin Byrant recommends ‘Our Final Invention,’ which explores the world where Artificial Intelligence may just be the very thing that eradicates the human race.
I went for the anti-Snapchat route and wanted a gift that found a happy middle between modern tech and nostalgia. The Fujifilm Instax 90, a retro-inspired instant camera, is just what the (hipster) doctor ordered.
As our lifestyles become more portable, so do the tools around us. Don’t mistake this Bose’s SoundLink Mini Bluetooth speaker for a toy, however. This machine may be travel-sized, but its sound is anything but small.
If you’re looking to gift a Kindle this holiday season, the Paperwhite is the model to go, along with NZ reporter Owen Williams‘ recommendation to pre-load the device with “The Circle,” by Dave Eggers. If your recipient already has a Kindle, gift just the e-book.
Don’t miss: Our holiday gadget gift guide 2014
Published December 2, 2014 — 20:06 UTC