In the video game Deus Ex - Human Revolution, Sarif Industries, a fictitious company, makes a prosthetic device with great potential. The Sun newspaper in Britain thought so, too, failing to realize that it wasn't, in fact, real.
The cybernetic eyeball would be cool. But, as you can see from this image of the page in The Sun, the author has gotten his reality distortion shield in full effect:
How we all laughed when we saw this.
Nevertheless, The Sun shouldn't be too ashamed. The Rupert Murdoch owned newspaper is also famous for making pictures of topless girls on Page 3 synonymous with journalism lauding real women and shaming the lamestream media..... no, I take that back: The Sun truly sucks as a paper. Murdoch is going to have a lot to answer for in the afterlife.