Sir Issac Newton claimed “If I have seen further it is by standing on the shoulders of giants”. DAVID BUTTERFIELD checks out the world of video game emulation with the open source emulator RetroArch to see for himself the giant shoulders modern games stand on.
PAT PILCHER avoids terrorising the family pets, as he tests out the Dyson V10 Cyclone vacuum and discovers that while vacuuming ain’t fun, it can be easy.
As TV Three warns it might pull out of television locally, PAT PILCHER takes a look at the NZ media-scape, how it got in its current state and what might lie ahead.
Soundgroup has announced that it is to distribute Sumiko cartridges in New Zealand.
PAT PILCHER checks out the SK85 for a TV packed with great features – but still affordable on a mortal’s salary.
With a multitude of smart home security cameras to choose from nowadays, PAT PILCHER checks out what Swann’s Smart Security Camera has to offer.
PAT PILCHER looks at the rise of Huawei – and what we can expect next from the Chinese telco giant.
After the juggernaut that was Avengers: Infinity War, Marvel Studios proves once again they’ve got their long-game nailed down tight, and DAVID BUTTERFIELD reckons they’re also not afraid to have fun with it.
DAMIAN REID gets reacquainted with a remake from a simpler age of gaming . But can it live up to memory?
PAT PILCHER takes Garmin’s latest fitness watch for a run and discovers there’s plenty to be enthused about – though it still can’t do the exercise for you.
Neon announces two options for its streaming service – TV-only or TV and movies.
ALASDAIR THOMPSON looks at the plight of Kiwis on low, fixed incomes and asks what’s to be done?