Fidget Spinners are the hype product at the moment. They're everywhere on social media, everybody is talking about it, young teens fight over it and some schools have even banned them already.
They are small toys that don't really do much - you can spin and twist them, but that's about it.
Everyone fidgets: whether that's playing with our hair, nails, fidgeting with our clothes or playing with small items like pens - it's a natural behaviour, and we don't even think about it.
Fidgeting is not a bad thing - nobody stays completely still for a long time, that would feel and look unnatural to us.
I already posted about this event a few months ago, since my marketing agency WeCare4u was in charge of the marketing and social media aspect.
The event took place at the Barclaycard Arena - the biggest venue in Hamburg, where superstars like Justin Bieber or Rihanna usually perform.
The arena was remodeled with the boxing ring in the middle, and around it at floor level were several tables where VIP guests had dinner.
Google's annual developer's keynote just ended - and the event was packed with announcements about upcoming google products, improvements and new features.
The conference was held from may 17 to may 19 in Mountainview, California at the google headquarters.
Especially deep learning mechanisms, which allow AI systems to learn and improve in the future, are an important part of many different Google products.
Let's take a look at some of the biggest announcements from this year's Google I/O conference!
Currently, Google's virtual reality system
***daydream*** includes attaching your phone to the headset.
But now, Google has announced that they will launch some standalone VR headsets in par
I am actually so surprised and impressed by the will, dedication and skill of these kids, ages 7-11.
It's amazing to see how fast kids learn, and how excitable they are!
These kids are so energized and just want to move and challenge themselves.
Seeing the smiles on their faces is priceless!