Following speculation earlier this week, scientists have announced that they've found the missing British Mars lander, Beagle, on the surface of the Red Planet—though we're still no closer to finding out what went wrong during landing.
Have you been eagerly awaiting the arrival of txtr's $13 ereader and rationalizing its lack of fancy features with the fact that it'll cost next to nothing? Too bad, suckers!
This is the Txtr Beagle. It's a new low-end ereader, that does away with fancy technological trappings: you'll find no touchscreen, backlight, 3G or even Wi-Fi here. As a result, it's set to cost less than $15—but will it be any good?
Everbody loves a good dark, horrible fantasy. A misanthopic adventure, in which everybody is morally compromised, and we all live and die in the dirt. But every now and then, it's nice to read a fantasy novel in which people are, you know... good.
Usually the venerable web cam is used for modest, local tasks, like taking deep-in-thought Facebook profile pics, making me-too webcasts, or undercover girl's locker room documentaries. But did you know there's also a web cam circling the Red Planet right now? Called the Visual Monitoring Camera (VMC), the cam is…