The Sun mistakes company from video game as real
The super soaraway Sun isn't the brightest of newspapers as you know, and they've dropped a clanger by reporting something fictional as fact [insert satire here].
In a feature about future technologies, they show a picture of a cybernetic eyeball, saying that it is the kind of thing that will be commonplace with future generations. However, the eyeball is clearly labelled with the name of Sarif Industries, which you'll find in the Deus Ex: Human Revolution game.
The Sun presumably looked for the 'company' online and found an active website that looks authentically corporate, but alas, if they'd bothered to actually have a snoop around it for 2 seconds, they would've realised it wasn't real as tech firms don't tend to have hacked audio files with insane voices (perhaps they should?).