Lost Light is a surprisingly challenging arithmetic puzzler. It’s compelling as both a game and a work of (Disney) art.
Family Guy’s new resource management game is packed with goodies for fans.
Have you ever tried to use a basic calendar app to create a workout plan or organize your travel itinerary? It's not fun. Try these apps instead.
No LED? No problem! There are other ways for your phone to grab your attention.
BeaverTap has basically done the impossible and brought us a simple, addictive, and smooth-to-play platform game with old-school flair.
Add color, custom backgrounds, and other features to your messaging experience with a non-stock texting app.
For the truly paranoid, storage that's encrypted from start to finish and accessible by no one else, ever.
Monitor your home, child, or pet by using an app on your phone paired with an extra piece of equipment.
Who wants to go on a car ride? Your dog does! Make pet-friendly travel easier with these apps.
You can keep tabs on your puppy's playtime, walks, and naps...as long as Wi-Fi is available.
Hydrogen-powered. Three-wheeled. Gesture-controlled. The concept cars we saw at NAIAS in Detroit were all some kind of crazy, but don't be surprised if you see something like them in the near future.
Goji Play combines two things I love: Exercise and video games. Too bad it feels like it's still in production.
Toyota’s futuristic sports car has a fully functioning head-up display (HUD) that projects data ahead of the windshield so that eyes stay on the road.
Tesla perishes the thought of a recall and focuses instead on doubling its retail and service centers in 2014.