Iron Man being shown in 4D, unemployment drops to a 4 year low, scientists make a bionic ear with a 3D printer, Sony CEO gives up his bonus, and Somali pirates are having a rough year.
Iron Man 3 is being shown in Japanese in 4D cinemas, that will vibrate the viewers chair, emit smells, and spray fluids in their face, in time with the movie. Or if you can't afford the airfare, Russell Brand's having a party at his place that will give you much the same experience.
According to figures released today, the US unemployment rate fell to 7.5% in April, the lowest it's been in 4 years. The gains are good, but not nearly what the economy needs to get back on track. So depending on your political outlook, it's either "nice job Obama" or "don't touch me guns, me precious precious guns!"
Researchers at Princeton have used a 3D printer to successfully print a bionic ear, using human cells, with other body parts possible in the future. It's all part of one scientists plan to print away the loneliness.
The CEO of Sony and 39 other Japanese executives are giving up their million dollar bonuses in 'unprecedented' gesture to atone for a slump in the company's business, which made Dick Fuld, the former CEO of Lehman Brothers, laugh so hard he nearly shit his pants.
And finally, the UN announced today that it has now been one year without a successful Somali pirate hijacking. In our last 10 seconds, here are 10 ways Somali Pirates can improve their skills:
Drink more rum
Pre-order Assassins Creed 4
The University of Phoenix
Join the NRA
Train in Mexico
Drink even more rum
Use Bit Torrent