I got to drive a regular A3 recently and I really liked it. Initially the styling bothered mostly because it's too easily confused for an A4. It did grow on me because feels better proportioned than the bigger car. I still prefer the wagon, but I'd be happy with this. » 9/23/14 1:58pm Yesterday 1:58pm

I find it amusing that this article specifically parses out the iPhone 6's display as the best LCD display on the market distinct from the Samsung Galaxy S5 which has the best OLED on the market. This twisting of metrics all so that the iPhone 6 gets to be best of something. » 9/22/14 1:19pm Monday 1:19pm

Has the Z car ever represented a nimble sports car for the everyman? They've always been bloated and somewhat on the expensive side. The 350Z/370Z was actually an improvement over the 300ZX. The 300ZX weighed in at 3,300 in an era when 3,000lbs was considered heavy. » 9/19/14 5:37pm Friday 5:37pm

I hate these things. I can appreciate utility, but these things strike me as lazy engineering and design. American automakers churned these things out for decades with minimal improvements because they had no competition. They could have built a better van, but couldn't be bothered until foreign competitors started… » 9/19/14 5:28pm Friday 5:28pm

It's certainly a great bit of design and carpentry, but it seems to pose a couple of problems in addition to likely being noisy. I'm not sure how this is a better solution to one of the numerous treadmills already available which are specifically designed for office use. » 9/19/14 11:55am Friday 11:55am

The Elmiraj looks conservative, enough for a concept, that I could imagine the production car looking virtually identical, the exception being perhaps the giant wheels. In fact, I think it needs to look like this, because if it turns out to be little more than an oversized CTS I think people will be disappointed and… » 9/19/14 11:41am Friday 11:41am

I've worked with printers numerous times and the majority print whatever you give them, even if it's obviously wrong. There isn't a lot of incentive to do so because as it's the client's screw up they'll have to pay out of pocket to fix it. Good printers, however, will always point out issues beforehand so that… » 9/17/14 11:07am 9/17/14 11:07am

It's possible to address social problems and also fund the space program. If we stopped all progress in an attempt to address every little perceived injustice humanity would still be in the stone age. Furthermore, projects like the space program offer massive long term benefits for humanity in terms of technological… » 9/17/14 10:52am 9/17/14 10:52am

I've seen these around and I think they're reasonably attractive. Although it's my cup of tea I can see the appeal. If I had to choose the worst looking car in the lineup it would be the CLA. That design is way too droopy, with details that don't feel proportional to the size of the car. Still, it isn't too bad. I do… » 9/16/14 2:19pm 9/16/14 2:19pm