Obvious viral marketing, but I don't care, it's awesome.
Canadian airline WestJet made their passengers Christmas wishes come true by surprising them with gifts they previously wished they'd have.
If the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) allows it, Amazon will launch a new service in 2015: Amazon Prime Air.
They'll use drones that are able to carry packages up to 5 pounds (2,2 kg), which is 86% of Amazon's deliveries.
GoldieBlox is a toy company that thinks little girls deserve more choices than dolls and princesses or pink and purple colors.
Olympic Changes has installed a special ticket machine in Moscow's subway in order to promote exercising and also the 2014 Olympics.
Not as good as the New Zealand air safety video, but still entertaining
This is the result
Quite an awesome ad with plenty of small details: consoles being switched to slim versions, improvement of equipment, change of aspect ratio, London skyline changing over time, the PS symbols making an appearance in each of the 4 generations...etc.
In case you're confused, note that the kid isn't living at home for 18 years, the two main protagonists represent the 'players' of that time for the specific PlayStation generation.