Choosing the technology that best suits your lifecan be a full time job. And these days, it’s not just a matter of deciphering the bits and bytes or picking the coolest gadget: the best software and Web applications, or the availability of games and other digital content, are often key to determining the overall experience.

From Android to ZillionTV, there is so much to learn.

The FT’s new Personal Tech channel, part of FT techblog, is designed with the busy and demanding tech user in mind. Led by Paul Taylor in New York and Chris Nuttall in San Francisco, it cuts through the clutter and steers you to the best choices. It will include regular reviews and Q&As with readers, as well as the most important product news.

Try out the seasonal series that begins today. In ten daily installments we will guide you through the main categories of personal tech gifts, with our writers’ firm personal recommendations.

Click on the “Personal Technology” tab at the top of the techblog page. We welcome your ideas and suggestions – and we hope you’ll want to come back.

Richard Waters, West Coast Editor

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