Out in the real world news is happening and here are the highlights.

Uber receives $3.5 million investment from Saudia Arabia

A bit like a modern gold rush, the world's tech giants are currently in the midst of carving up and monopolizing global markets. The latest stop on Uber's investment tour of oppressive and/or exploitative regimes is Saudi Arabia, where the company has secured a $3.5 billion investment. Uber really makes sense in Saudi, where women aren't allowed to drive. – New York Times

Game of Thrones' battle with Pornhub never stops

Despite pretty much making their names off of nudity and dragons, HBO doesn't appreciate people uploading nude scenes from Game of Thrones onto porn streaming sites. In a never-ending and seemingly futile battle with the practice, HBO issues 120,000 requests to Google every week for URL's to be stricken from its search results. – Gizmodo

Tutankhamun had a meteorite dagger

Egyptian pharaoh, King Tutankhamun was once the owner of arguably the world's pimpest dagger. An analysis of the dagger found that it was made with iron from a meteorite, was further accessorised with a gold handle, rock crystal pommel and lily and jackal-decorated sheath. – ABC Online

Central Saint Martins presents its six best new graduates

No singular institution has contributed as much to fashion as Central Saint Martins. Now, we get a chance to look at its six best new graduates for 2016, minds that will probably define the course of the fashion world in coming years. – Business of Fashion.

Manchester City sign Ilkay Gundogan

Every summer Manchester City assaults the football transfer market with its bottomless pit of Abu Dhabi petro dollars, and the club's first signing of spending season is Borussia Dortmund attacking midfielder, Ilkay Gundogan. The German international cost the club a pretty $30 million and is expected to replace Yaya Toure in the club's lineup. – Skysports News

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