While the first debate for Democratic Presidential Candidates took over our feeds this week, a world’s worth of news flew right by! So, sit back, relax, and catch back up with your weekly dose of the Spry Hive.
Boeing shocked the tech world with the lightest metal ever, which happens to be 99.99% air.
Without the help of Comcast, or any other large ISP, the town of Chattanooga, Tennessee now offers internet speeds of 10Gbps!
Use caution with Adobe’s Flash Player, as the company just announced a critical vulnerability in the software.
Following Google Chrome’s lead, Mozilla recently announce that Firefox will stop supporting plugins.
It’s always nice to hear someone own up to their mistakes, especially when they are internet advertisers.
Math class just got a lot more musical with the newest mod for TI graphing calculators.
Here are a few UX habits that will aid any designer.
The countdown to Halloween has begun! Get excited with 31 days of your favorite horror characters, illustrated and motion animated.
Once again attempting to create a more user-friendly experience on the mobile web, Google has announced a new project for developers aptly named Accelerated Mobile Pages.
Ever thought you’d have a shot at graduating from MIT? Well, now you have a better chance than ever, as the university announced their first degree using free online classes.
Evidently, some people were surprised to find Microsoft using the Start Menu to display ads. Thankfully, this feature is easily turned off.
And with that, we have caught up on at least a few of the stories that didn’t take center stage this week. Keep preparing for the fast-approaching Halloween and don’t forget to stop by next week for another weekly dose of the Spry Hive!