Chapeau to you La Rochelle, it was a Champions Cup final for the ages

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By Matt Hardy You’d have been forgiven if, by the 12th minute of Saturday’s Champions Cup final between Leinster and La Rochelle, you’d turned over to Garden Rescue or Midsomer Murders because the match looked all but done and dusted. A brace from Dan Sheehan and a third try from Jimmy O’Brien gave Irish province Leinster a 17-0 lead in Dublin against the reigning champions. But in the subsequent 68 minutes the team who were only promoted to the French top flight in 2014 inched their way back into it and, astonishingly, won. La Rochelle no longer a ‘David’La Rochelle’s 27-26 victory will go do… Read More “Chapeau to you La Rochelle, it was a Champions Cup final for the ages”

Microsoft adds Bing chatbot widget for on iOS and Android

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Microsoft has added a chatbot widget for Bing mobile users. The tech giant is marking 100 days since launching search powered by artificial intelligence by introducing a number of updates. In a blog post this week, the company said: “Widgets are a great way to get timely information at a glance, or directly access features in your favorite apps. “This week, we’re launching a new Bing Chat widget that you can add to your iOS or Android home screen… “Soon, you’ll be able to click the Bing icon to land directly in the new Bing Chat experience, or click the microphone icon to verbally ask a ques… Read More “Microsoft adds Bing chatbot widget for on iOS and Android”

Half ’s largest lakes and reservoirs drying up: study

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By JOSH EDELSON / AFP More than half of the World’s largest lakes and reservoirs are dwindling and placing humanity’s future water security at risk, with climate change and unsustainable consumption the main culprits, a study said Thursday. More than half of the World’s largest lakes and reservoirs are dwindling and placing humanity’s future water security at risk, with climate change and unsustainable consumption the main culprits, a study said Thursday. “Lakes are in trouble globally, and it has implications far and wide,” Balaji Rajagopalan, a professor at the University of Colorado Boulder… Read More “Half ’s largest lakes and reservoirs drying up: study”

Zac Gallen Strikes Bird With Warmup Pitch, Echoes Randy Johnson

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Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher Zac Gallen struck a bird with a warmup pitch before the team’s game against the Oakland Athletics Wednesday. Gallen was in the outfield when the bird flew into the path of a curveball, which reportedly killed the animal. “I don’t really know what happened, honestly,” Gallen said. “I just know that the ball changed directions really. I saw what happened. It’s kind of a freak accident. It’s unfortunate.” Many publications have compared Gallen’s incident to one that occurred in 2001 involving Randy Johnson. The Diamondbacks legend is notorious for striking a dove duri… Read More “Zac Gallen Strikes Bird With Warmup Pitch, Echoes Randy Johnson”

How Has Crypto Recovered from the Crash? The State of Crypto in 2023

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Cryptocurrency is still a relatively new technology, and many people are excited about its potential. However, crypto has experienced turbulent times in the past year after a meteoric rise. Major coins, including Bitcoin, have lost a significant chunk of their value. Was the dramatic drop in 2022 just another bump in the road, or will crypto continue to fall as people become more skeptical of the technology? We’ll break down what you should know and how recent trends suggest the crypto space may continue to grow. Key Takeaways Bitcoin’s price fell in 2022, losing roughly $30,000.The collapse o… Read More “How Has Crypto Recovered from the Crash? The State of Crypto in 2023”