Kevin sues parents for his name

Kevin unhappy with parents about his name

Last night on Facebook, Kevin noticed that a very serious post of names started circulating. Apparently, if your name was on the list, it means that you have less brain cells than a gold fish. Kevin's nightmare finally came true. He survived many lists in which his name was not mentioned. But now, Facebook is … Continue reading Kevin sues parents for his name

Tesla uses solar energy for new music platform

Tesla uses solar energy for music platform

Tesla is nowadays well-known for its' state-of-the-art electric cars. What less people know is that the company also heavily invests in energy storage. And now, Tesla wants to use its' energy knowledge to enter the music market. Of course, the music market is very cluttered. With the likes of iTunes, Spotify, Amazon Music and Google … Continue reading Tesla uses solar energy for new music platform

IKEA thinking of building stores without exit

Blueprint leaks suggest IKEA stores without exit

IKEA has announced it is working on improving their customers' experience in their selling points. Blueprints have already been leaked. IKEA architect Sven Larson is always brainstorming with his team, on how to improve the lay-out of the Swedish home accessories shops in order to increase profits. Larson claims that after much research, they have … Continue reading IKEA thinking of building stores without exit

Virtual reality can influence pain levels

Virtual reality can reduce and increase pain

Experiments have been performed by researchers to see the effects of virtual reality during dentist procedures. Virtual reality research shows that people who are in a different dimension, whilst all their teeth are being pulled out, have less pain than the ones who experience the situation in real life. The results of the experiment are … Continue reading Virtual reality can influence pain levels

US market for fingerprints explodes

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The American Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has announced that they will start tests with fingerprints check-ins at airports. The news has been received with a big round of applause by individuals connected to the American black market. Mafia boss Doug Underwood (56) from Philadelphia sees new opportunities: "we have already noticed an increase of demand … Continue reading US market for fingerprints explodes

Happn becoming the new Pokemon Go

The dating app Happn has gained immensely in popularity. The total active users is nearly comparable to Tinder. Dating expert Ken Tusk has analysed why Happn is gaining so much in market share: "A lot of people see it as a replacement for Pokémon Go. Now, they do not go outside to catch a Pikachu. … Continue reading Happn becoming the new Pokemon Go

Samsung employee steals 8.474 phones for noble cause

In South-Korea, a Samsung employee stole 8.474 smartphones. He then sold these bad boys on the black market. In total, it is estimated that he earned 700.000$ from his illegal business. However, the accused did have something to say in his defence: "I thought this was part of my contract with Samsung. No one ever … Continue reading Samsung employee steals 8.474 phones for noble cause

Woman with telepathic gift able to read other people’s messages

A new business has risen on the horizon. Fatima Denero (56) claims she can read messages that concern someone, but which cannot be read by that person.                                     "Yesterday, I was able to tell my friend the full … Continue reading Woman with telepathic gift able to read other people’s messages

Two sets of robbers target the same Domino’s Pizza

Yesterday night, a very uncommon situation presented itself at a Domino’s Pizza. Floor manager John West (40) shares the experience: "At first, we had a very ordinary evening. Nothing special was going on, and I was just cleaning up so that we would be able to close. But then, all of a sudden, a young … Continue reading Two sets of robbers target the same Domino’s Pizza

Cat held responsible for putting man in danger

Today, in the early morning, police forces, fire trucks and ambulances went out on rescue mission. A young man Louis Griffin (22) had warned the emergency call centre about a cat being stuck in a tree. Mr. Griffin recaps the story: “I was just passing by some trees, and all of sudden I hear some … Continue reading Cat held responsible for putting man in danger