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You can bid on a war hero‘s century-old chocolate in an online auction

It appears a distinguished World War I soldier,   Richard Bullimore, only ate one of his 10 Cadbury chocolate bars while awaiting battle in the war‘s notorious trenches, to the online auction company Eddisons CJM. The chocolate tins were apparently a wartime Christmas present to troops.  Eddisons CJM, which also auctions off massive pieces of industrial equipment, will Bullimore‘s 103-year-old chocolate […]

Watch Jimmy Fallon‘s surprise commencement speech at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School

Jimmy Fallon surprised graduates of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on Sunday, with a commencement speech to remember. The Tonight Show host took the stage at the graduation ceremony at the BB&T Center in Sunrise, Florida on Sunday as a guest speaker, delivering a keynote for the class of 2018. Among Fallon‘s characteristic comedic banter were messages of heartfelt admiration […]

Google Assistant and Alexa might be coming to Xbox One

Some of us already like screaming at our Xbox when things don‘t go our way, but you might be able to make those vocalisations useful. As first reported by , Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa voice assistants are on their way to the console, giving users an additional option on top of Microsoft‘s Cortana.  A screenshot from an upcoming version […]

Electric cars get a big charge with states, car makers investing millions

Electric cars only make up about one percent of the U.S. car market these days, but that could get a boost with big money coming in to promote electric vehicles. This past week, announced major investments for electric vehicles, mostly for fast-charging options, home charging, and other charging infrastructure. In California, will expand the state‘s charging network for both personal […]

Facebook scraps custom reaction buttons, including the rainbow Pride flag

Facebook‘s little rainbow Pride reaction is sadly missing this year. A popular feature released by the social network last year, the was made available during Pride Month (in select countries), but if you‘re looking to use it this year, you won‘t find it. It‘s not just the Pride flag reaction either. First reported by , Facebook is canning custom reactions […]

Phone and tablet makers reportedly had deep access to your Facebook data too

Back in 2015, Facebook stopped third-party app developers from accessing your friends‘ data. As evidenced from the scandal, that kind of shady behaviour has resulted in , but according to a new report, phone and tablet manufacturers apparently had access to that data too. reported the social media giant had data sharing partnerships with at least 60 device makers, including […]

Hawaii hits one month of vigorous lava flows — and shows no signs of relenting

Precisely one month ago, a 500-foot long crack in the ground opened up in Hawaii‘s Leilani Estates neighborhood, spewing lava into the air. At the time, volcanologists what might happen next, and whether lava flows would continue through the community. Since then, the state reports that lava has now blanketed of land, over 2,000 people have been evacuated, and a […]