Go to outer space for twenty quid, buy your Xbox Music on the net and eyeball the real Cabin In The Woods.
Kickstart your way to the Moon with the Pocket Spacecraft project. For a meagre £19 you get a small flexible disc with solar cells, antenna and sensors – you can add your own hardware and software to read surroundings and track them as the Interplanetary CubeSat Mothership lets your ship piggyback to the Moon. [Source: The Verge]
European data roaming charges have dropped by 36 per cent, with new EU rules coming into force today to protect folk while roaming. That means EU companies can't charge EU citizens more than €0.45 per megabyte, down from €0.70 before. Huzzah. [Source: The Verge]
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Microsoft Xbox Music goes web
This is the week that Microsoft sends its Xbox Music baby out into the big wide world of the web. Xbox Music Pass subscribers can access the web player from music.xbox.com for unrestricted streaming. You can edit playlists, add new music to your collection from the cloud, and search freely. [Source: Xbox Music]
If you go down to the woods today...
Joss Whedon's meta horror film Cabin in the Woods is about to come to life – the cabin is being built for real at Universal Orlando for its 23rd Halloween Horror Nights event. You'll be able to take a stroll though the cabin and – SPOILERS! – the accompanying underground facility and cube cells. Just be sure to pack spare undies. [Source: Gizmodo]