Any.do 2.0 Adds New Tools to Collaborate, Plan Your Day, and More

iOS/Android/Web: Any.do is one of our favorite to-do apps, and Any.do 2.0 promises to make it even better. The new update includes tools to manage family and household to-dos, work and team projects, voice notes and attachments, and a premium tier that adds much-desired features like customizable recurring tasks. » 10/30/14 6:00am Yesterday 6:00am

What's The Best Burr Coffee Grinder?

There are a lot of things that go into brewing a great cup of coffee, but one of the most important (and often underrated) is the quality and evenness of your grind. A good burr grinder is a must for any coffee fan, but this week we want to know which ones are the best, and we need your help to find them. » 10/30/14 5:00am Yesterday 5:00am

Your Least Favorite Airline: Spirit Airlines

When it comes to flying the unfriendly skies, there are tons of airlines you're better off avoiding, but some stand out more than others. Last week we asked for your least favorites, and then put the five worst airlines to a vote. Now, close to 14,000 votes later, we're back to highlight the one you disliked the most. » 10/29/14 3:15pm Wednesday 3:15pm

Five Worst Airlines

In honor of Evil Week, we're switching up the Hive a little bit. Normally we look for the five best, but this week we're looking for the five worst—specifically the worst airlines in the skies. The ones that should be grounded, or have fees so high, customer service so terrible, planes so uncomfortable, or routes so… » 10/26/14 8:00am Sunday 8:00am

This Visual Guide to Pork Makes Sure You Always Buy the Right Cut

Shopping for pork at the grocery store can be tricky, and unless you already know the difference between a blade end roast and butt roast, you may not know which is best for your dinner plans. This handy visual guide from the folks at Cook's Illustrated demystifies pork cuts by part of the pig, price, and flavor. » 10/24/14 5:00am 10/24/14 5:00am

Universal Media Server Streams Music and Movies to Almost Any Device

Win/Mac/Linux: Streaming music or movies from a computer to a set-top box, TV, receiver, or any other device in your home entertainment system isn't difficult, but finding a media server with great features that's also easy to use can be tricky. Universal Media Server gets the balance right. » 10/24/14 4:30am 10/24/14 4:30am

All The Ways Regular, Frequent Sex Is Good for Your Health

Sex is a natural part of life, and sexual activity is generally a healthy thing on its own, but it turns out a number of studies have pointed to specific health benefits from regular sex—including a stronger immune system, lower blood pressure, and more. This quick Anyhoo video runs down the benefits. » 10/23/14 4:30pm 10/23/14 4:30pm

Charlie Preps You for Events by Briefing You on Who You'll Meet

Web: Whether you're meeting with a company bigwig or attending a conference full of strangers, it helps to know a little about the people you're going to interact with. Charlie hooks into your calendar and makes sure you're primed for every meeting with detailed information on the people attending. » 10/23/14 9:00am 10/23/14 9:00am

What's The Worst Airline?

Flying can be bad enough without things like fees, frequent delays, cramped seats, terrible food, and expensive tickets. We've talked about some great airlines in the past, but as usual for Evil Week, this time we want the worst of the bunch. Which airlines do you think are the worst in the skies? » 10/23/14 5:00am 10/23/14 5:00am

Six Great DIY Projects for Hacking Computers and Networks

If you're testing your hacking skills or trying to learn more about security, your toolkit shouldn't end with your computer. If you're willing to pick up a screwdriver, a soldering iron, or a few other tools, there are several great DIY hacking projects that'll test your mettle and teach you a few things about… » 10/23/14 4:00am 10/23/14 4:00am

Most Popular Linux Desktop Environment: GNOME Shell

Even after settling on a Linux distribution to use, you still have to decide on a desktop environment. There are tons to choose from, and last week we asked you for your favorites. Then we looked at the five best Linux desktop environments. Now we're back to highlight your favorite, 11,000 votes later. » 10/22/14 2:15pm 10/22/14 2:15pm

How to Tap Your Network and See Everything That Happens On It

Your home network is your fortress. Inside it lies tons of valuable information—unencrypted files, personal, private data, and perhaps most importantly, computers that can be hijacked and used for any purpose. Let's talk about how you can, with the power of evil, sniff around your home network to make sure you don't… » 10/22/14 8:00am 10/22/14 8:00am