Boys unearth the treasure of the Viking king Harald Bluetooth on the German island of Rügen.
Archeologists think it had been lost due to a poor connection.
Bluetooth’s lasting legacy is found today in smartphones and laptops – the wireless Bluetooth technology is named after him, and the symbol is composed of the two runes spelling out his initials HB.
Fricking viking runes are on our puters because the guy who designed the protocol was reading a historical viking novel (“The Long Ships”) at the time.
I hope one day Bluetooth is going to get replaced by a higher bandwidth protocol named Forkbeard. Partly because that’s the name of Bluetooth’s son, but also because it’s so much fun to say.