TV. Drug of a nation. How has it changed? Is it still a thing? Have we all got 4K screens yet? And what’s just around the bend? Looking for insight, PAT PILCHER interviews Samsung’s Adam McElroy.
ANDREW JOHNSTONE waxes lyrical about Graeme Downes (The Verlaines) and Matthew Bannister (Sneaky Feelings).
Sony has released four new portable wireless speakers from its big bottom end EXTRA BASS series – the SRS-XB40, SRS-XB30, SRS-XB20 and SRS-XB10.
OPPO Digital has announced that the new UDP-205 4K Ultra HD Universal Blu-ray Disc Player is now available in New Zealand.
In his Every Day In May series, GARY STEEL digs up pieces of our rich musical tapestry.
Sony’s new a9 full-frame mirrorless camera is described by the company as the “…most technologically advanced, innovative digital camera that Sony has ever created”.
ANDREW JOHNSTONE loves Paul Giamatti. Witchdoctor loves Paul Giamatti. Everyone should love Paul Giamatti. Read on to find out about his latest role…
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.
War, huh, good God, what is it good for? Absolutely nothing, reckons GARY STEEL.
ANDREW JOHNSTONE on zombies, existential dread and The Girl With All The Gifts.
Their fans will love it, but Future Islands’ fifth album sticks in GARY STEEL’s throat.