PAT PILCHER rues the way data crunches through prepaid phones, and tries out the Data Clock, which measures use in time.
No-one to watch Rogue One with? Maybe you need Sphero’s BB8 to keep you company, writes PAT PILCHER.
In an excuse to get so caffeinated that he was “literally vibrating at a molecular level”, PAT PILCHER gets a one-on-one with the inventor of a completely new coffee process and machine.
Freeview is proud of its infiltration of people’s homes and stewardship of broadcast TV, but GARY STEEL is over both.
PAT PILCHER gets to play with Samsung’s oddly titled 2017 A7 smartphone, and declares it a winner.
Watch out Apple and Samsung, Oppo is in the building, and is aggressively entering the NZ market with a premium device at a nice price. PAT PILCHER reviews its merits.
Huawei lobs a winning move in the war of the smartphone worlds, reckons PAT PILCHER, who just loves its high-end features and looks.
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? Is it an exploding smartphone? No, writes PAT PILCHER, it’s a book of chucklesome cartoons all about technology.
Has Oppo solved the smartphone camera digital zoom problem, and will this newcomer to the NZ market soon be a major player here? PAT PILCHER chews it all over.
OPPO adds to its celebrated universal players and headphones with its own line of smartphones.
PAT PILCHER has a good time with Sony’s flagship smartphone, but notes a couple of potentially fatal flaws.
Retromania gone cult-crazy? PAT PILCHER looks at the resurrection of an antiduluvian mobile phone that ain’t even smart.