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GizmodoJul 01, 2022
Here's What's Actually in Disney's Absurd $5,000 Star Wars Cocktail
If you've been curious to know what's in that infamous $5,000 Star Wars-themed drink, it's no longer a complete mystery. The Kaiburr Crystal, available exclusively aboard the Disney Wish cruise ship in its Hyperspace Lounge, is an extravagantly presented, themed cocktail that should come with the camtono it's served…


ResearchBuzzJul 01, 2022
Google Maps, Social Media Trolls, Crypocurrency Transactions, More: Friday Afternoon ResearchBuzz, July 1, 2022
TWEAKS AND UPDATES Search Engine Roundtable: Google Maps Tests New Local Panel With Images At Top & Tabs For Reviews. "Google Maps is testing a new local listing interface where it shows […]

EngadgetJul 01, 2022
Meta allows select creators to post their NFTs on Facebook
Non-fungible tokens have arrived on Facebook. Meta has confirmed to TechCrunch that it has started giving select creators in the US the power to post digital collectibles on their profiles. While it's unclear if and when the feature will make its way to more users — Meta called the release a "slow rollout" — company CEO Mark Zuckerberg previously said that Meta was going to test NFT support on the social network. Meta Product Manager Navdeep Singh has posted photos on Twitter of what NFT integration would look like on Facebook's, and similar to Instagram's implementation, creators will have a digital collectibles tab on their profile where they can show off their NFTs.

Creators will be able to post their collectibles as status updates that people can comment on and react to, and clicking on them shows information on the artwork. According to Decrypt, Facebook will allow users to link their compatible digital wallets with the website, similar to how they can do so on Instagram. At the moment, Facebook supports NFTs minted on Ethereum and Polygon, though it will soon support Solana and Flow NFTs, as well. 

Mac RumorsJun 30, 2022
Apple Hosting Apple TV Panels at San Diego Comic-Con
The Apple TV team is heading to San Diego Comic-Con International for the first time, with Apple planning to host a number of different panels. The cast and creative teams from "Severance," "For All Mankind," "Mythic Quest," "See," "Invasion," "Foundation," and "For All Mankind" will be holding panels.

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