02 January 2013 17:00 | By David Nield
Tech for your new year resolutions

20 top technologies that can help you stick to your new year resolutions



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With Christmas out of the way, the wrapping paper cleared up, the tree taken down and the food eaten, it's time to turn your attention to what 2013 will bring — the start of a new year is great opportunity to turn over a new leaf, make a new start and commit to improving your life in some way over the next 12 months.

Whether you want to quit smoking, learn a new skill, improve your diet or keep in touch with family and friends, there's technology that can help, including apps, websites and gadgets.

Over the pages that follow we've looked at 20 top technologies that can help you stick to your new year's resolutions this year. Rather than featuring multiple options for a handful of categories, we've covered 20 different resolutions that you might be making and then picked out a particular tool or gizmo that can lend a hand. Good luck!

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