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Google launches Home Mini by touring America and giving the public a chance to win the new gadget – with the losing prize being a doughnut!

The Home Mini, Google’s latest version of its home assistant, is the size of a doughnut. So of course, to celebrate its debut, Google is giving the public a taste of the Home Mini with a pop-up doughnut shop tour. Inside the store, there will be mini conveyor belts carrying doughnuts and Home Mini devices. The visitors then have the chance to win the home assistant by asking the Home Mini a question. Those...

Sonos creates large 3D lips mural in Shoreditch to promote its smart speaker

There is now a large 3D lip mural in Shoreditch courtesy for Sonos, as it promotes its smart speaker. The lips are to show that the SonosOne speaker is the first speaker that people can talk to, which then helps people interact with home audio in a more accessible way. Although this stunt hasn’t received national coverage, it’ll certainly capture the passer-by’s attention, which will then intrigue them enough...

IKEA launches week-long house party to celebrate its 30 years

IKEA is celebrating 30 years in the UK with a week-long series of house parties for the public. Dubbed ‘The Ultimate House Party’, the event will run from 18th – 21st October and be held over four floors of a Soho building. The event is completely free, all the public has to do is register their names on the guest list beforehand, however spaces will be limited, so people wanting to go will have to register...

Legoland is letting parents and kids in for free if they have specific names

Legoland is currently giving out FREE tickets to adults and children if they have certain names. From 13th October to 30th October, the public can claim free tickets if they have the same name as one of the main characters from the new Lego Ninjango movie. However, there are some pretty unusual names and you’ve got to have the same spelling as well! Adults or children will need to be named Lloyd, Kai, Jay, Nya,...

Spanish hotel opens ‘sanctuary’ for pool inflatables that have been abandoned by holidaymakers

Hotels.com has set up a ‘sanctuary’ for pool inflatables at a hotel in Majorca that have been left behind by people at the end of their holidays. Guests can now ‘adopt’ these forgotten inflatables and provide them a new home… hopefully they won’t return them to the sanctuary at the end of the holiday! There are unicorns, flamingos, peacocks, crocodiles and donuts to choose from, providing the perfect...

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