Working full time and still struggling to pay the bills? You’re not alone. PAT PILCHER looks into the increasing rise of the ‘working poor’ and asks what can be done to help?
PAT PILCHER finds there’s a lot to love about the Nokia 6.1. In fact, he can only find a couple of minor flaws.
Sometimes it takes that old fart GARY STEEL weeks, months or even years to get around to reviewing albums. From the sublime to the frankly ridiculous, here’s another selection to dip into.
For Hamilton drivers, a pedestrian crossing the road is just a chance to play chicken according to ANDREW JOHNSTONE who outlines why he believes Hamilton drivers suck.
A leaner, more streamlined, Alexa-friendly and streaming focused Sonos is coming your way. But will consumers go for it? PAT PILCHER takes a look at the planned changes.
Richard Varey’s faulty valve sees him discover a goldmine for vintage valves, right here in Auckland.
Google’s new AI offering can masquerade as a human caller. But is that good, or bad, asks PAT PILCHER. And what are the ramifications?
It’s a long, long way from The Piano for Anna Paquin and the scary world of Bellevue. GARY STEEL has this to say about it.
GARY STEEL loves a bit of sword, sorcery and sex dressed up as educational history, and Knightfall fits the bill.
Android Ice Cream Sandwich, Kit Kat, Oreo… and One? PAT PILCHER explains what Android One is, and why you might just want it.
RICHARD VAREY finds modern day alchemy at Mad Scientist Audio – and the Heretical USB interconnect is not too bad either.
GARY STEEL has found just the album for those who like it dark: dark, hi-def electronica, that is.