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It's the time of year where almost everything takes on some festive flair.

While glittery Christmas jumpers, novelty pyjamas and even seasonal phone covers might be expected, there's one Christmas themed gadget we didn't see coming. 

The Christmas lights phone charger is one way to spice up your life, or would make the ideal gag gift for the office Grinch. 

This uber-festive piece of novelty tech has gained a cult following online, with most of its' retailers selling out.

Luckily there are quite a few remaining on eBay and Amazon, so opt for express shipping if you want it under your tree.

 The Christmas lights phone charging cable is currently only available for the iPhone 5, 5S, 5C, 6, 6 Plus, 6s, and 6s Plus, so Android users shouldn't be asking Santa for one. 



Reading the Harry Potter books and watching all the movies made us wish we had powers for even the most mundane things.

And if magic was real, we'd all probably use our wands just to get dressed in the morning (I would, anyway).

However, this new creation is something that seems like magic, and I'm not quite sure how it works, but it looks cool AF.

According to Cosmo, AR Designs and its OvRcharge device have made a new creations for charging your phone – and it LEVITATES.

Using magic, a wood charging base and a phone case with an induction receiver and magnet, the invention will allow you to charge your phone without any pain-in-the-ass wires.

The device can also make your phone rotate and when it's all charged up, it'll automatically stop juicing it.

However, as in every Harry Potter story, there's a bad guy and this bad guy comes with news that not all phones will be able to levitate (with the exception of iPhone and Samsung, obvs).

But you know, you can always use Wingardium Leviosa… just like Hermione.



Do you ever find yourself wishing there was some use for all your pent up rage?

Well, researchers have developed the technology to convert sound into energy for mobile phones – so you’re in luck!

You don’t have to actually scream, though louder sounds create more energy, but even loud cheers or noisy chatter in a restaurant could charge your phone.

The device is about the size of the Nokia Lumia 925, and revolves around rod-shaped generators sprayed with zinc oxide, which creates electricity when it is flattened or stretched.

Apparently this technology could soon be used to keep air conditioners going, aswell as computers and even buses and trains!

We’ve got to get ourselves one of these things – any excuse to shout!