He Caught Them All
If you were trying to be the first to catch all the Pokemon, you can put your phone down now. The Pokemon pro is 28 year old Nick Johnson. Johnson traveled around the world in an effort to catch them all. Travelling the world for Pokemon? Sign us up. His last catch was a rare Kangaskhan, which is only available in Australia and New Zealand. Johnson found the rare Pokemon during his travel in Sydney, Australia. His journey began when he captured all 142 Pokemon available in the US and decided to go global. His next stop is Japan where he hopes to visit the Nintendo HQ. (Source: Mashable)
Amazon Introduces Plane
Amazon is entering the plane business with their cargo plane. Launched this week, Amazon One is a Boeing 767-300 operated by Atlas Air. Amazon One is making it’s grand debut at the Seafair Air Show. Amazon will have 40 cargo planes ready to speed up delivery to customers. Fly high Amazon. (Source: Mashable)
Are You Ready For Rio?
It’s finally Olympic day! The Olympics start in Rio, Brazil tonight. In case you’ve been living under a rock, the summer olympics have caused a lot of talk from Zika, to unfit living conditions to drama with Brazil’s president. This isn’t stopping Olympic lovers from watching their favorite events from swimming to gymnastics to soccer. How can you watch this year? NBCUniversial has you covered. Presenting 6,755 hours of programming that breaks down to 365 hours a day across 19 days. Obviously this is being split up among various channels from NBC, Bravo, CNBC, MSNBC, USA Network and many more. Don’t have a TV or want to watch when you’re at work? NBCOlympics.com and NBC Sports App have you covered. Cancel all your plans for the next two weeks. (Source: NBC Olympics)