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Today we got a look at some of the silliest, weirdest toys and gadgets that’ll be filling your stockings this Christmas, and by far the best thing we saw, that stood heads above silly putty and remote control helicopters, was the range of Lego storage boxes which took the form of giant Lego heads, and mini wall lights, plus, lunchbox type Lego storage boxes for the kids (or yourself, obviously).

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Nokia Home Control CentreThe Nokia Home Control Center, Nokia’s bid to get you controlling your home through your blower, has been spun off to another company, and will be delayed until next year at the earliest.

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SmartFaucet is the best bathroom gadget we’ve ever seen: it’s a tap with a touchscreen and face recognition built in so it’ll recognise you and boil a bath to your preferred temperature!

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Philips Lumiblade could help make OLED lighting mainstream

The Philips Lumiblade range is Philips’ first bash at OLED lighting for the home, and they’re on sale now, a year ahead of analyst predictions!

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OLED lights launching next year

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OLED lights will go mainstream next year, says an analyst, with several big brands expecting to start mass production on the gorgeous next gen lighting technology. Blinding news! Read on to find out who’ll be leading the charge.

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Fancy an alarm clock that says sorry for snatching you from your slumber by making you breakfast? You might want to read on then: this one even makes you a hot drink to start the day.

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Moldy shower curtains getting you down? This LED shower door ought to cheer you up, dazzling your senses while you soap yourself. Read on for all the details – because plain old transparent glass just won’t cut it anymore.

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Philips is prepping an invisible OLED panel, meaning you’ll be able to slap it on a window, and see whatever scenery you like, no matter where your home is. Who wants rubbishy, opaque, flexible OLED panels? We’re all about next-generation transparent TVs and high-tech windows! Read on for all the details.

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