Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers including: develop your own Sphero app, Kawehi brings the smolder to Heart-Shaped Box, get 100 free video games from the Pirate Bay.
- The makers of the robotic toy ball Sphero are reaching out to Australia's coding community via an updated developer website. There are 10 different programming languages, various SDK kits and online tutorials to choose from. If you're struggling to get noticed in the traditional mobile apps market, this could be worth a look.
- Musician and singer Kawehi has just released a one-woman cover of Nirvana’s Heart-Shaped Box. The song has a huge robotic influence, with some serious vocoder work and a whole lot of angst. It's also surprisingly unsucky.
- Coffee Capsule Delights is offering free shipping on all Nespresso-compatible Coffee Capsules for customers who use the discount code 'GUW5'. There is no minimum order.[Via OzBargain]
- The Pirate Bay Bundle is a collection of 101 strange and obscure video games. Despite the Pirate Bay connection, the developers of these games have all given permission for their game to be part of this bundle. You can find a full list of the games in the bundle here, and you can download the torrent in question is here.
- Is gluten actually bad for you? Or what? Gizmodo investigates.