About that road you’re driving on…

Asphalt starts out as a very hot goo. As it cools, it becomes hard (so we can drive on it), but also, somewhat brittle. Potholes begin as tiny cracks in the hardened surface of asphalt, due to traffic vibrations and the weight of heavy vehicles. These cracks allow water and ice to penetrate the asphalt surface and accelerate its degradation. The end result? Potholes. A materials science team at a university in the Netherlands has come up with a solution: ...

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Wired Magazine reviews Android for Autos

Admit it, the auto manufacturers could do a much better job on the navigation / infotainment software currently offered in their vehicles. Many are turning to Apple to manage their systems, still others are using Google’s Android Operating system for Autos. Wired takes a look at their current offering and gives us the skinny on how well it works.

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