According to Retail Advertising and Marketing Associatio $13.19 billion are spent on Valentine´s Day. If you want to stand out from the crowd rather than simply buying flowers like 73% of all men do, check out these amazing gifts for her or him. There is no need to spend the average $126 per person (that´s crazy, isn´t ist?) either.
This week´s news highlights LinkCloud will introduce you to a man who has successfully crossed the extremely cold waters of Bering Strait regardless of lacking both arms and legs. Besides, you will learn about a donkey waring pink plasters and laugh at a funny bid for more beach toilets in Adelaide, Australia. Moreover, it is time to celebrate the discovery of “Cave Robber”, a novel spider species found in the USA, and the fact that Venus is nothing but a real chimera cat.
This week you will see that robots learn to talk just like babies do, find out why Facebook pulled its location-aware “find-friends-nearby-feature” only two days after silently launching it, laugh about a four-year-old who bought a real train and be fascinated by a British woman, who can see 99 million colors more than you.
After Facebook failed to set the stock market alight as investors miss out on the expected boost for the first day last Friday, I would like to share some less frequently discussed Facebook news. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg decided to finally tie the knot while the social network banned a mother for posting pictures of her new-born and his friend Eduardo Saverin, who had lent Zuckerberg £600 to realize Facebook back in 2004, is sipping champaign.
I hope you all celebrated a happy mother´s day and are now ready for some exciting news. This week´s news highlights will introduce you to an unprecedented Maya mural found recently, solve the mystery of an alien filmed in the deep sea, celebrate the capture of one of Kony´s leading commanders, share the first sighting of super-Earth´s light and and explain why fish-flavored chewing gum is the latest hype in Japan.