If you were like the rest of the nation, you spent at least an hour on Monday staring up at the sun. The solar eclipse has come and gone, but not without reigniting the popularity of a 34-year-old song.
Bonnie Tyler's "Total Eclipse of the Heart" hit #1 on iTunes on August 21.
The actual total solar eclipse prompted a 500% increase in the song's sales. The song is priced at $1.29 in the iTunes app. It surpassed "Despacito, the unofficial song of the summer, to become the unofficial anthem for the total solar eclipse.
Also trending today, Walmart is teaming up with Uber to compete with Amazon for online grocery shoppers.
Folks in Dallas or Orlando, can now order groceries on Walmart.com, and an Uber driver will deliver them. The service is already in use in Phoenix and Tampa as well and the company plans to expand the service in the future. Walmart also has curbside grocery pickup for online shoppers at 900 locations.
Finally, if you dream of taking a 1957 Chevy for a spin, now you can. Drive-Share, a peer-to-peer car rental service, helps owners rent out their cars to other drivers.
Each vehicle comes with $1 million dollars in insurance protection. Currently, you can drive a Porsche 911 Rally Tribute for $435 a day or a 1951 Pontiac Chieftain for $500.