PAT PILCHER takes Huawei’s budget-friendly Nova 3e for a test run and discovers a smartphone that easily outperforms its price point.
Tired of lugging hernia-inducing laptop equipment with him, PAT PILCHER turned to Samsung’s DeX Pad to lighten the load.
If Bob the builder owned a smartphone, there’s a good chance that it’d be the CAT S60, says PAT PILCHER.
PAT PILCHER takes a detour from the flagship smartphone market to test out a mid-range smartphone – the Nokia 7 Plus.
PAT PILCHER grabs a lipstick case, compact mirror and clutch bag and gets in touch with his feminine side – for the sake of a Witchdoctor review, of course.
Remember the eye-wateringly expensive US$10,000 Apple Watch Edition – all shiny gold or rose gold, promising to last for generations? Well, three years on, it’s obsolete, as PAT PILCHER details.
PAT PILCHER goes under COVR to test out a mesh networking solution to the Wi-Fi deadspot issue.
PAT PILCHER’s quest to improve the wonky Wi-Fi in his wife’s home office finds success.
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.
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?
Android Ice Cream Sandwich, Kit Kat, Oreo… and One? PAT PILCHER explains what Android One is, and why you might just want it.
PAT PILCHER gets to combine two of his great loves – tech and footy – with Oppo’s latest smartphone offering.