Over at New York Toy Fair we've had a good rummage around, Mattel's Mindflex continues to impress but we told you about that over a month ago. Catching many an eye is the latest evolution in the seemingly unstoppable life of the Rubik’s Cube. The Rubik's TouchCube features touch sensor technology on all six sides, a motion-detecting accelerometer (akin to the iPhone) and colored lights in every square. It doesn't flash and beep annoyingly or offer quick fire games as many earlier efforts to expand the range may have done but mimics the movements of the original Cube. Swipe your digit over three squares in a line and marvel as the cube moves by shifting the colours around,asatisfying display. The accelerometer ensures that only moves made on the top are recognised and fingers fumbling about on the underside don't affect play. There's also a built-in solver, ask for a hint or select full solve, the internal memory lets you switch off and pick up where you let off and it's all accompanied by modern or classic sound effects. The cube is a second half of 2009 product, that's as close as we can get to a release date with a $150 price tag. Sign up HERE for updates.