Gary Steel is in a state of mourning over a great brand biting the dust.
The real losers in the Hirschfeld-Curran debacle will be you and I, says PAT PILCHER. He outlines the sorry saga and why the real costs may be greater than many realise.
Long known for its hulking mainframes, IBM is going small. Really, really small. PAT PILCHER explains.
There’s more to be concerned about in the Facebook/Cambridge Analytica debacle than Facebook’s lax attitude to data harvesting. PAT PILCHER backgrounds the issue – and what we should really be concerned about.
If you’re a piano person and live in Auckland you’ll want to check this out: Steinway’s new $270,000 player piano is being hailed as game changing.
The next generation of mobile technology promises super fast speeds to deliver exciting new offerings to Kiwis. Spark’s Colin Brown sits down with PAT PILCHER to discuss 5G, how it will change telecommunications – and when we can expect to see it in New Zealand.
If you live in Auckland you’ll get a rare chance this weekend with the grand opening of the new Audio Reference showroom in Devonport.
Stephen Hawking is dead, but his extraordinary ideas live on. Here’s PAT PILCHER’s tribute to the great man.
Samsung is about to launch its new flagship smartphones. PAT PILCHER was there for the big announcement.
Dweezil Zappa’s Auckland gig has remained steadfastly under the radar, but GARY STEEL gives it his heartiest endorsement.
PAT PILCHER reports on the likely innovations of the Samsung S9 smartphone to be launched later this month.
Kiwi ingenuity does it again with the Humanity Star. PAT PILCHER explains.