The Internet of Things will result in smart bulbs, smart fridges, smart everything. Hopefully, this doesn’t mean the hassle of tons of remote controls and apps. m!Qbe, pronounced em-cube, looks to give users a universal controller for their smart environment. Each side of the m!Qbe controls a device, and users can tap or touch (either a short or long touch) that side to tell the device what to do. It’s a cool looking device, although it’s reasonable to wonder if anyone can remember the function of all six sides. If that happens, it’d made a cool-looking, albeit, expensive die.