It is getting down to the wire and you still have a few more Christmas gifts to get. Here are a few tech gadget suggestions:

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•    The popular media content management center, QVIVO has just synced their apps with the QVIVO Cloud. This new addition allows all the user’s personal media collection of film, music and television favorites to be accessed to share and stream between any device with the QVIVO app installed. According to QVIVO, it uploads and it not only automatically imports users media files, but it organizes them into libraries complete with cover art, trailers and subtitles. It is ready to play and stream around the home or on the go via the QVIVO Cloud. (www.qvivo.com)

 

Powermat

 

•    If you have a techie on your gift list who has just about every tech tool imaginable, they will need this. The Powermat is a wireless charging system that lets you charge your gadgets. Plusses: it’s small and portable. (www.powermat.com)

Amazon

 

 

•    Amazon has improved its original Kindle Tablet from Amazon with the new Amazon’s Kindle Fire. The e reader has a brighter e-ink screen and room for 3,500 reads. A great stocking stuffer for bookworms.  (http://www.amazon.com)

 

 

 

Cobra tag system•    Know someone who is constantly misplacing car keys (or briefcase, or anything for that matter)? There’s a new tech doodad that will help them find valuable their items. The Cobra Tag sensor gets attached to keys, a purse, a computer bag, or any other item they want to have handy. The sensor communicates with the phone’s free app and tells the user if they leave anything behind. Then when they tap the button on the Cobra Tag, it will ring his/her smartphone. And the PhoneHalo application can be set to lock the phone when out of range of the tagged item. (www.cobra.com)

 

Belkin wireless router•    Belkin’s Wireless Dual-Band Travel Router will find a hot spot fast for the executive on-the-go. Just 3 x 4 inches, it will be easy to pack. With this, users do not have to rely on wired Ethernet connections or slow bandwidth. (www.belkin.com)