Holiday lightsNothing brightens up a December night like festive holiday lights. In this Tech Minute, CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on an app that can guide you to the best decorations in your neighborhood and on some high-tech lighting options to create your own holiday...
[MUSIC] Instead of driving aimlessly through neighborhoods in search of beautiful holiday light's and decoration's, consult the holiday cheer map. It's a free app download and it's brought to you by Next Door, a social network for specific neighborhoods. Users can add a new spot with a brief description on the map for others to see. Besides pinpointing lights and displays you can also call out places to give back. Holiday related activities and events, tree loss and even Santa spotting. Considering this cheer map your go to guide for getting into the holiday spirit. If you're looking to add some festive life to your own home but are tired of the ever-present icicle lights or basic white. Check our Lumenplay lights, available through retailers like Amazon or Balsam Hill. These strings of lights sync with an Android and iPhone app, and can be dialed to display 16 million different colors. Choreograph the blinking and fading to music and you're sure to wow the neighbors. In San Francisco I'm Kara Tsuboi, CNET.com for CBS News.