Possibly the most futurist gadget I have seen in months is the Ceiva Internet-Enabled Photo Frame. It sounds like a ridiculous idea, but I honestly believe that it might become a must-have purchase not just for web-geeks and their families, but also for small spaces in nightclubs and bars. It’s really the simplest thing – a small, high quality screen which plugs into the phone socket. Every day, at cheap rate, it dials up a server where your friends have e-mailed their latest photos of their children, their holidays or their genitals, the images are downloaded and displayed in a rotating slideshow. You can choose specific images to display through the website if you have favourites, and you can update them more quickly simply by pressing a button on the frame.