PAT PILCHER reports from Seattle, where he watched the NZ team make it to the quarter finals, but lose the big prize.
Author: Pat Pilcher
Silly people, complaining about the latest reiteration of Dr Who being a woman, writes PAT PILCHER.
PAT PILCHER gets to grapple with and finally watch the latest curved beauty from Samsung.
A snappy wee photo printer that does its job with no ink? PAT PILCHER road-tests HP’s diminutive Sprocket.
It’s pleasingly round, pliably rubbery, emits a circle of sound and packs quite a punch for a wee thing. PAT PILCHER subjects the new Bose Bluetooth speaker to his savage testing procedures.
Are gadgets making us gullible? Are smartphones making us stupid? Is Google turning our brains to noodles? Long-time technology observer PAT PILCHER on the new idiocracy.
What can we expect from the much-anticipated Huawei hottie, the Mate 10? PAT PILCHER pontificates.
Does a video clip doing the rounds really show the iPhone 8 that’s due in November? PAT PILCHER pontificates.
TVNZ can take a hike, says PAT PILCHER, for whom the so-called state broadcaster is as redundant as decade-old episodes of The Apprentice.
The latest iteration of Dell’s popular XPS 13 laptop is full of small but useful improvements, helping it to stand out in a crowded field, writes PAT PILCHER.
The whole world might be going to the dogs while it’s also going to hell in a hat, but PAT PILCHER has some good news.
PAT PILCHER looks at how some rugby fans are bypassing Sky’s Fan Pass and the bigger issues it raises.