If you want an arcade racing game that's less like a simulator and more about speeding down the track while grabbing bonus items, Asphalt 7 is one of the best in the App Store.
After spending a week with the Nexus 9, I think I'll stick to the iPad for now. But don't get me wrong, it's a great tablet, just not for me.
For arcade racing, you can't do much better than Asphalt 7. Tons of tracks and licensed upgradable cars mean lots of arcade-racing fun.
There are still a lot of apps that haven't been upgraded for the iPhone 5. Check out these three games that take full advantage of the larger screen.
Similar to cool roofs, light-colored pavement developed by a Phoenix company is designed to reduce the urban heat island effect and reflect heat back into space.
This week's collection of apps are all racing games including a sequel to a popular franchise, a go-cart simulator that's fun and unique, and a well-polished remote-control-like racer that's tough to put down.
Stanford researches may have solved the problem of range anxiety by wireless charging technology that could one day create an electric highway.
Snow removal technology has made few advancements since the shovel was invented, but engineers on opposite coasts are working on roads that melt snow.
Chemists invent roof shingle coating from waste oil that adapts with temperature change to reflect or absorb solar heat as needed.
Today's video pits the somewhat controversial Audi R8 10-cylinder sports car against it's 8-cylinder brethren. And the winner is...