CNET offers some great tech choices for your $25, $50, or $100 gift cards.
Jeff Bakalar takes Logitech's G920 Driving Force steering wheel for a spin with Forza Motorsport 6 on Xbox One. It's expensive, but racing enthusiasts don't need to look any further.
We rounded up some of our favourite tech accessories worthy of dropping in a stocking -- including headphones, cables and other miscellaneous gadgets.
One hundred bucks is all you need to buy a great tech gift. Here are some of our favourites.
Every gamer needs peripherals and these are the best of the best. Make sure the gamer on your list has all the gear they need to frag the competition.
Watching TV shouldn't be such a hassle. Sharon Profis offers a solution to remote control clutter on "You're Doing It All Wrong."
The CNET Smart Home is our living lab for testing out connected home tech. Here's everything we've installed thus far.
The Logi Circle HD camera sacrifices a ton of useful features in the pursuit of a "simple" user experience.
The Logi Circle Home Connection Camera has too few features to be a truly useful smart home accessory.
Give any TV set hand-gesture controls with a Singlecue sensor, have a two-way convo in your home webcam with Logi Circle, and keep track of your beers with the Budweiser Bud-E smart fridge.
Give any TV set hand-gesture controls with a Singlecue sensor, Logi Circle brings a new connected webcam into the mix, and Budweiser puts its own twist on a smart fridge with the Bud-E.
Take a look at the Logi Circle Home Connection Camera.
Setup tips for your new camera
Here are six quick things you should do when you first take a new camera out of the box.