So TVNZ and Spark have snaffled the Rugby World Cup broadcast rights from Sky. PAT PILCHER looks at whether the new deal will mean good viewing for Kiwis.
Samsung’s and Apple’s flagships were the subject of endless speculation before their launch. Funnily enough, Huawei’s latest, the P20 Pro arrived with minimal fuss. What makes this interesting is that the P20 Pro could be a giant killer. Since it launched, it has received a tonne of praise from […]
If you’re bored with rock music tropes, then GARY STEEL beckons you to have a go at something a little out there: a progressive rock album from Norway!
Samsung is about to launch its new flagship smartphones. PAT PILCHER was there for the big announcement.
ANDREW BAKER gets his ears bent by the new top-end preamp and amp from NZ company Plinius, and deems them big, heavy, and capable of extreme delicacy.
Amazon’s cool little Alexa-voiced wireless speakers finally get their NZ release in February. But PAT PILCHER only found out about it by accident. Boo, Amazon!
Witchdoctor’s sci-fi specialist ANDREW JOHNSTONE charts his own trip through the cosmic history of time travel on film and television.
PAT PILCHER reveals the next step for mankind in TV technology… and gives us a lesson in the complex differences between the different types of TV to boot!
PAT PILCHER discovers that it’s not just conspiracy theorists accusing smartphone microphones of snooping – it really is happening!
Gone are the days when travellers need to lug heavy laptops on international flights and around the world. Who needs it, writes PAT PILCHER, when you’ve got a smartphone that you can use as a PC?
What’s Wrong With Sky’s Injunction Against ISPs And What It Could More Productively Be Spending The Money On
PAT PILCHER has a novel idea for Sky TV and all the money it will spend convincing ISPs to police the internet.
Inveterate sloucher PAT PILCHER tries out the new Upright Go posture training system and finds that Mum was right about sitting up straight.