Probably the single most important app you can have installed on your devices. F-Secure's Freedome is a simple-to-use VPN service that keeps you safe and secure when online.
Price: Starting from $49.99
Be prepared for disaster with the Eton ZoneGuard weather alert clock radio. With S.A.M.E. technology (specific area message encoding), just enter your S.A.M.E. county code and if there's a warning, watch or advisory you'll see it - with flashing red, orange or green lights - and hear about it, too.
The CorsairFlash Survivor Stealth USB 3.0 flash drives help keep your files safe. The anodized, aircraft-grade aluminum housing is waterproof to 200 meters, vibration-resistant, and shock-resistant.
Price: Around $40
Google's Chromecast is a media streaming device that plugs into the HDMI port on your TV. Works with iPhone, iPad, Android phones and tablets, Mac and Windows laptops and Chromebooks.
The WeMo LED Lighting Starter Set lets you access and control your WeMo Smart LED Bulbs from anywhere, using your existing home Wi-Fi network and mobile internet. Dim lights, turn them on or off, or create a custom schedule.
Organize all the parts that you remove from things you're fixing with the iFixit Magnetic Project Mat. Spacious and secure, the mat will catch and hold screws as you pull them out of a device.
A can of compressed air is ideal for cleaning out hair, dirt and other debris from your PC. Getting the dirt out doesn't just make your PC look better, but it can also help it last longer by preventing it from overheating.
Price: From a few dollars up
The Misfit Flash is a simple, low-cost, low-hassle fitness tracker that doesn't need regular charging thanks to a replaceable coin cell battery.
Almost everyone can do with more rechargeable AA batteries. My persona favorites are the Panasonic eneloop Pro. Not only do they save money and the planet, they're very handy because you're never without a battery when you need one.
Price: Around $20