The wireless Jawbone Jambox speaker streams music from any Bluetooth or 3.5-mm device, $299 at Stuart Nordin Design (101 S. Saint Asaph St., Alexandria; 571-357-1144).
Egyptian-cotton shirts ($45 to $85) at hughandcrye.com are a local label.
The online service Printstagram can make sticker books, prints, and calendars of your Instagram shots; these 2½-inch squares are $12 for 48.
This waxed-cotton jacket ($475 at readwall.com) is from a local label.
Billy Jealousy Hot Towel preshave treatment, $15 at billyjealousy.com.
The QlockTwo Touch alarm clock displays time in words; in seven colors, it’s $600 at atysdesign.com.
Bleecker Debossed Painted Stripe iPad Sleeve, $178 at Coach.
Wrap your charger cord around these CableKeeps when not in use or rest your iPhone there while it’s plugged in, $16 at nicebydesign.com.
GoSwype microfiber cleaning cloths wipe away germs and bacteria from touchscreens, $1.99 at goswype.com.
The Art of iPhoneography focuses on techniques and apps for creative smartphone imagery, $19.95 at the National Gallery of Art.
Computers can’t fix everything, so let him try Laguiole’s 11-in-1 multipurpose tool, $50 at acmepartybox.com.
Slip the Olloclip over an iPhone 4/4S or iPod 4 camera lens to get three lenses in one (fisheye, macro, and wide angle), $69.99 at Best Buy, Apple, or olloclip.com.
National Geographic’s Space Atlas explores the planets and stars, $30.59 at Amazon.
May he live long and prosper in this Star Trek cycling jersey, $79.90 at retroimageapparel.com.
Zik by Parrot wireless headphones by Philippe Starck feature noise cancellation and smartphone control, $399.99 at Bloomingdale’s.