This is a tough one. Usually custom built machines are quick to pass the pipe, but this is one of those projects that hits all 3 marks: It's [relatively] clean, it works, and the price isn't ridiculous for what it is. On the other hand, we have no information of the truck's, or the powertrain's, mileage. Who knows what … » 4/23/14 8:14am Yesterday 8:14am

Welcome to the world of financial [ir]responsibility. Advertisers and marketers have figured out it's easier for a fair number of people to look at what they can afford to pay per week/month and ignore the rest of a financial decision. Rent-to-own an electronic doodad for $35 a week, take home this new Corolla for $79… » 4/22/14 1:21pm Tuesday 1:21pm

I feel like my ISP is selectively throttling sites or protocols to make my connection seem faster than it if it's pumping up bandwidth for and other benchmarking sites. I should be getting 30Mbps down according to that, but I've yet to see my network utilization pop above 2.5 MB/s (20Mbps) no… » 4/22/14 8:44am Tuesday 8:44am

And the very first thing the investors will mandate is to cancel the Ouya port. I'm all for the tiny box, but pumping any amount of actual money into a project needs to be met with a better shot at a return on investment than the system can promise with its small install base. » 4/18/14 11:25am 4/18/14 11:25am

When the Miata debuted at the tail end of the 1980s, its bodywork signaled a radical departure from the still very angular designs of most cars. What was your inspiration to design a car with smooth, curvaceous sheetmetal that wouldn't become commonplace in the market for almost another decade, and what sorts of… » 4/17/14 10:35am 4/17/14 10:35am

I sure hope so. I'm okay with these free to play time wasters occupying their own bubble in their respective app ecosystems, but when quality titles get ruined by adopting this bullshit mechanic (the transition from Real Racing 2 to 3 comes to mind), I'm not holding out much hope. » 4/15/14 12:06pm 4/15/14 12:06pm