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Holiday Gift Guide 2013

Holiday Gift Guide 2013: Ivan's recommendations

Holiday Gift Guide 2013: Ivan's recommendations

Welcome back to TechSpot's 2013 Holiday Gift Guide! Ivan is a professional graphic designer, currently in charge of the Product Finder section on TechSpot. Ivan is a self-confessed gearhead and big time BSC fan (local soccer team -- and one of the world's greatest if you ask him, of course).

Holiday Gift Guide 2013: Julio's recommendations

Welcome back to TechSpot's 2013 Holiday Gift Guide! All of this year's tech gift recommendations are coming individually from our staff members and editors with their own picks on gifts they would like to receive or give. Julio is our founder and executive editor, he's usually the one pulling the strings to make a certain review or feature happen on time, while providing content direction around the site day in and day out.

Holiday Gift Guide 2013: Jos' recommendations

Welcome to TechSpot's 2013 Holiday Gift Guide! We are taking a more personal approach to this year's tech gift recommendations by asking each of our editors and staff members to provide their own picks on gifts they would like to receive or give. Jose, who is TechSpot's Managing Editor is up today and will be followed by the rest of our staff in the coming days and weeks.

Holiday Gift Guide 2013: Erik's recommendations

Welcome to TechSpot's 2013 Holiday Gift Guide! We are taking a more personal approach to this year's tech gift recommendations by asking each of our editors and staff members to provide their own picks on gifts they would like to receive or give. Erik, who manages TechSpot's downloads section is first in line and will be followed by the rest of our staff in the coming days and weeks.

Best Tablets of 2013: Putting them together, spec-by-spec

As we move closer to the end of the year everyone’s moving to refresh their lineups in preparation for the lucrative holiday season. Apple just announced a new iPad Air and iPad mini Retina, Microsoft pushed out the second generation Surfaces, Amazon Kindles hedged its bets on high-end hardware and real-time support, Samsung did its own thing with numerous Android devices, and Google is set to refresh the Nexus line later this month.