When NASA opens the week with major news about a planetary neighbor, it’s hard to focus on all the other happenings from around the world. Thankfully, it’s Friday, which means another recap of the past week’s news, all in the Spry Hive!
It’s usually a good idea to keep liquids away from any electronics, but this new, liquid clock perfectly visualizes the flow of time.
Learning and following along with sign language has never been so easy with the new SignLanguageGlove.
Thanks to Netflix, you can turn your living room into a true home theatre with the click of a Switch.
World-wide fugitive Edward Snowden caught everyone’s attention when he surfaced on Twitter this week.
Advertisements have almost become an expectation when visiting a news site, but have you ever wondered how much mobile data we waste on them?
If their new store in Brussels is a sign of things to come, then keep your eyes peeled for a major redesign at the Apple Store near you.
Trying to make your latest design scream, “America”? Your job just got a whole lot easier with this new guide for U.S. web design standards.
Clean up your folders and make sense of those duplicates with this simple version control app, Folio for Mac.
Create a lot of animations with CSS? Then you’ve got to check out Velocity.js, an engine so easy that it feels like cheating.
Move over Vagrant, you’ve been replaced! HashiCorp released their newest development/deployment tool for developers this week, Otto,
Gatsby lets you create dynamic websites with a plain text editor and React.js. Now that’s easy, and live!
Those living under a rock might have missed NASA’s major announcement on Monday where they confirmed the existence of liquid on Mars.
As if fast food wasn’t spooky enough already, Burger King has unveiled its Halloween Whopper that features a startlingly black bun.
We can’t guarantee that next week’s Spry Hive will include another major announcement from NASA (is discovery of little green men next?), but we’re sure to find some other tasty morsels from around the web. See you next week!