PAT PILCHER discovers that Huawei’s new fitness tracking watch is useful for much more than a saunter down to the local chip shop.
PAT PILCHER’s eyes get a dazzling workout watching Sony’s remarkable new 4K OLED television.
RICHARD VAREY finds genuine musical gems amongst the trash in opshops, and even tracks down the obscure artist behind one such discovery. Sandwiched between hundreds of dusty Kamahl and Nana Mouskouri CDs in opshops and second-hand stores around New Zealand there are genuine forgotten treasures to be found. It takes […]
It’s certainly not Betchadupa. Liam Finn has grown up a lot in the few years between the partying-in-Daddy’s-toolbox schizophrenia of his first solo album, and this much more assured second effort. The trouble is, like so many artists from his generation, the music sounds like it’s desperately trying to escape […]
BLAST FROM THE ARSE – 1982: Fetus Productions/The Gordons Originally printed in IT magazine, April 1982: Fetus Productions – Fetus Productions (no label) This oddity, out of the blue, is heady, heavy stuff. It’s the sort of album that occasionally springs up from nowhere and really turns your head around. […]
PAT PILCHER discovers that he is indeed a world-class photographer, thanks to the amazing, scenery-changing photographic chops of Huawei’s award-winning new smartphone.
It’s easy to use MS Office 365 without thinking about it or delving too deep into what it can do, but it’s even easier to learn a few quick tricks that will save you heaps of time, writes PAT PILCHER.
It’s just not good enough for the Government to ban Huawei from Spark’s 5G network without spilling the beans on why, writes an exasperated PAT PILCHER.