Where did the infamous rock that seemed to appear out of nowhere on Mars come from? The explanation, it turns out, is more simple than sci-fi.
A mystery rock wrapped in an enigma wrapped in a doughnut appeared on Mars recently, and NASA's trying to figure out how it got there.
A self-described astrobiologist is asking a federal judge to compel NASA to take a closer look at a mysterious Martian object.
The Sunbeam FPSBFDM922 Flip Donut Maker is a countertop appliance that bakes six cruller-shaped doughnuts per batch.
The Nostalgia Electrics Donut Hole Maker encourages users to create own doughnut holes. An included flavor injector makes it easy to make filled doughnut holes.
Make a dozen doughnuts in less than six minutes with the Dough-Nu-Matic mini-doughnut maker.
Flickr-haters get free doughnuts. If that's what you get for hating, sign us up! Also, Gartner hates on Windows, and no one gets any doughnuts for that.
A facetious Flickr group takes a jab at those who seek to reverse the photo-sharing site's expansion into video. And its sarcastic demands are met.
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UFO enthusiasts are excited about a strange blip of light in a photo from Mars, but the real explanation is likely much less exotic than alien life.