41 finest tech presents for gadget obsessives in 2022

Good Housekeeping

We know how hard it is to find the perfect gift, but if you’re searching for gadgets and gear then you’ve come to the right place. After all, our team tests tech for a living – we get up close and personal with devices like smartphones, smartwatches, tablets, smart speakers and TVs to find the best of the best. So whether it’s a present for a child, relative, friend or partner, why not let us help you in your search?

Times are tough right now (and tech can be downright expensive) so we’ve included affordable alternatives that we also love to accompany each product when possible. In some cases, we’ve highlighted a higher-end option if you feel like splashing out.

From headphones that are perfect for gym sessions to instant cameras that you can use to capture special moments, we have gifts for all tastes and budgets –

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Anker releases sooner, smarter GaN chargers

Charging up your power-hungry devices is about to get faster and more convenient. Anker, manufacturer of our best portable charger pick, has announced a new third generation of Gallium Nitride (GaN) chargers that promise a smarter and more efficient charging experience in an even smaller form factor. Until recently, silicon was the preferred charging technology used in most laptops and mobile devices.

GaN technology more efficiently converts energy into power, producing less heat so internal components can be placed closer together. This means that even those huge laptop power bricks can now be replaced by more diminutive chargers. Anker already makes a ton of popular USB-C chargers, many of which include a previous generation of GaN.

With its latest products, Anker adds PowerIQ 4.0 technology, which not only tells the charger exactly how much power is needed for each connected device, but constantly adjusts the distribution to make sure each

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Low-tech devices have largest impression for older folks, analysis finds | About

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What to do together with your outdated telephones, devices and different e-waste

CNN Business

In the past two months, Apple, Google and Samsung have all unveiled their newest smartphones and other devices with the goal of getting consumers to upgrade ahead of the holidays. But in the process, these and other companies may also be adding to a growing problem: electronic waste.

The limited lifespan of many tech gadgets combined with few options to fix older devices, have caused the issue of e-waste to surge over the years. United Nation’s data indicates the world generated a staggering 53.6 million metric tons of e-waste in 2019, and only 17.4% of that was recycled.

Friday marks International E-Waste Day, an annual opportunity to reflect on the impacts of electronic waste and do more to repair or recycle them. The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEE) Forum, a Brussels-based nonprofit that has spearheaded the occasion since 2018, said the focus this year is on

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9 Cool New Devices to Carry on Your Radar

For more of the latest and greatest product releases, check out our full collection of the best new gear.

It was another busy week in the world of tech and gadgets. Nothing announced that it’s going to increase the price of its Ear (1) wireless earbuds from $99 to $149; the price hike starts next week (October 26). Analogue is having a final run of its Super Nt and Mega Sg retro consoles — so it’s your last chance to order one if you’ve been holding out. And Apple surprisingly announced new iPads (more on those below).

There were a bunch of new other products announced, too. Here’s what you need to know.

Leica M6


Leica announced that it’s going to start reproducing its legendary M6 film camera. The 2022 edition of the 35mm rangefinder will be basically identical to the one that was discontinued 20 years. The only

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