Dutch top designers create Alzheimer SOCKS as part of the battle against Alzheimer's disease.Confusion. That's what Alzheimer's patients are struggling with on a day-to-day basis. Two of Holland's top fashion designers – the late Frans Molenaar, who himself suffered from Alzheimer's disease, and Mart Visser – have designed two different socks that symbolise this confusion. The proceeds from the sale of the socks will be passed on to Alzheimer Nederland to benefit research into the disease at VU University Medical Centre in Amsterdam. By introducing the Alzheimer SOCKS on World Alzhe...
This Saturday 1 august, the whole world can join in Amsterdam’s Gay Pride Canal ParadeThe Amsterdam Gay Pride will include an ‘empty’ boat for the first time on 1 August... But that does not mean there will not be anyone on board. On the contrary. Thousands of people around the world will be virtual passengers aboard the boat as it makes its way through the canals. The Pridestream boat is specially equipped with a camera that streams a full 360-degree panoramic view. This lets people be part of the Boat Parade as it's taking place and experience what it's like to be cheered on...
KPN iPhone 6 Plus #BendgateDuring the launch of the iPhone 6 in the Netherlands this morning, Dutch telecom provider KPN made sure future iPhone 6 Plus owners don't have to worry about bending their brand new iPhone 6 Plus. While waiting in line to get their new iPhone, a mobile tailor offered to supersize people’s pockets.
Bike Mode - Stay offline in trafficYour smartphone means everything to you. All day long, you share your experiences with your friends. A photo, a WhatsApp message, or an update on Facebook – it's so much fun and so quick and easy! But NOT when you’re riding your bike! In traffic, you really need to focus all your attention on the road. With your smartphone in Bike Mode, you’re still online, but the longer you stay away from your apps, the bigger your chance of winning one of many prizes!