PAT PILCHER is angry about international tech companies who get away with paying virtually no tax in New Zealand, and are wierdly given preferential treatment by our government.
What the heck is ‘artisan audio’? DR RICHARD VAREY explains what it is, and why it’s so attractive to a particular kind of hi-fi freak.
PAT PILCHER is mighty impressed with a mid-price smartphone that battles it out with the top echelon.
What’s that about Pink Floyd? Excuse us, but this is a different wall, and here to tell you all about it is TOBY WOOLLASTON.
All this talk about boots and camps is just silly stuff, writes PAT PILCHER, who has a few alternative ideas.
Broadband is important. We rely on it. So why do broadband service providers still treat outages as if it didn’t matter?
Most people reckon they love music, and that it’s a soundtrack to their lives, but they never actually listen to it.
ANDREW JOHNSTONE was turning into Mr Grumpy, possibly because he was watching too many Scandinavian detective noirs. It was time to become Sir Laugh-A-Lot and do a roundup of the funniest comedies.
Could widespread knowledge of a simple piece of homespun philosophy set off a chain reaction and change the way we treat each other? GARY STEEL thinks so.
Is the issue really about Mike Hosking, or about televised election debates? PAT PILCHER weighs in on the topic of the moment.
The abilities of the Surface are more than skin deep, writes PAT PILCHER, who got to play with Microsoft’s latest laptop baby.
PAT PILCHER has been thinking about New Zealand’s considerable problems as the election looms, and provides his five fixes. What are yours?