Wondering what your Mum wants for Mother's Day? We've already seen a range of interesting gadgets and gift cards suggested as great gifts, but what about also just getting in actual contact via call, text or video chat, if you can't be there in person?
Osmosis is the process of gradual or unconscious assimilation of ideas and knowledge, so to speed that process up dramatically, DJI has broadcast its Mother's Day gift suggestions, including the Osmo range, to the cosmos.
A to Z online retailer Amazon has also popped up with some Mother's Day gift suggestions, and it's no surprise to see Kindles and Alexa Echo devices top of its list for Mum.
Mother's Day is this Sunday, 12 May, and while your Mum might say she "doesn't want anything", you know better, right?
Airtasker is talking up its gig economy marketplace, noting that in Australia right now, there are "114,800 mums who both work, study and care for children under the age of 15" – and you can do it, too.
If your Mum is cyber savvy, loves a good gadget and wants something a LOT more exciting than a toaster, socks or yet more flowers, then here are some suggestions!
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