Well, as long as your tent isn’t the only one glowing in a sea of hundreds, and you haven’t lost the included wireless remote, and you can successfully navigate to within 50m of your abode since the remote has a limited range, and you installed a fresh set of four AA batteries before you left so the light’s 23 LEDs don’t dim before you successfully find your way home. As long as you can say yes to all of the above, the TentFinder is $US31 well spent. [The Monster Factory via The Red Ferret Journal]
Glowing Beacon Ensures You'll Never Get Lost In A Sea Of Tents Again
Trending Stories Right Now
Video. How do you train a dragon? How do you build a dragon? These are the questions that the visual effects team behind the latest season of Game of Thrones had to answer.
Finally, the rumour we've been waiting for. Google is working on its own line of smartphones that could be available by the end of the year.
A California woman has won a $US10,000 ($13,383) judgement from Microsoft after the company dropped its appeal in a case in which she alleged that her work computer became slow and unreliable after automatically upgrading itself to Windows 10.