Inveterate sloucher PAT PILCHER tries out the new Upright Go posture training system and finds that Mum was right about sitting up straight.
It might lack some of the bells and whistles associated with a few other well-known brands, but PAT PILCHER reckons Garmin’s Vivoactive is everything you need in a smartwatch.
PAT PILCHER discovers that there is now a way to get some sweet vengeance against those annoying scammers who fill his spam folder to its brim every day.
Gadgetry is a wonderful thing, but why are the downsides of technology so infuriating? PAT PILCHER has constructed a list of the top 12 most annoying aspects of our increasingly tech-driven world.
Analysts now reckon the iPhone is losing traction in favour of Chinese smartphone company Huawei. PAT PILCHER analyses the analysis.
PAT PILCHER ends up rolling with laughter at the Sphero Mini robot’s antics.
ANDREW JOHNSTONE is building up a priceless collection of useless technology… in his back cupboard.
PAT PILCHER has seen the light! Our gadget guy gets an entrée-sized sample of the latest lighting smarts.
TomTom takes a combinatory approach to fitness. TomTom has launched Fitness Age, Fitness Points and Personalised Workouts across their sports watch range. TomTom Fitness Age shows users how fit they really are, while TomTom Fitness Points give users direct feedback about their exercise to improve their Fitness Age over […]
Oppo has launched its premium ‘camera phone’ in NZ. GARY STEEL reports on the event, and the phone.
PAT PILCHER is angry about international tech companies who get away with paying virtually no tax in New Zealand, and are wierdly given preferential treatment by our government.
Broadband is important. We rely on it. So why do broadband service providers still treat outages as if it didn’t matter?