With our elections looming, ANDREW JOHNSTONE whether it’s time to revisit a time when NZ boasted progressive thinking and the most equitable distribution of wealth in the world.
Fancy dipping into a medieval world, and having to fight the old-fashioned way? BEN CARMICHAEL immerses himself in the latest all action combat play.
ASHLEY KRAMER wonders if a set of active studio monitor speakers could serve as his domestic hi-fi system.
The Edifier speaker range gets boosted profile with a new NZ distributor.
In the first of a new series on television, ANDREW JOHNSTONE checks out Taboo, produced by Tom Hardy, Ridley Scott and Steven Knight and currently screening in NZ on Sky’s Soho Channel
OPPO adds to its celebrated universal players and headphones with its own line of smartphones.
As a web magazine with an emphasis on reviews, are we kidding ourselves? Do reviews even matter? RICHARD VAREY is a man who knows what he thinks.
B&O’s latest foray into the competitive portable Bluetooth speaker market has enough points of difference to make it special, writes PAT PILCHER.
In the first of his new hi-fi column, RICHARD VAREY looks at the meaning behind common – and not-so-common – categories.
Dhayana Sena likes at least a semblance of character and plot in her movies. Popular game-turned-movie Assassin’s Creed has neither.
On the occasion of his 11th wedding anniversary, Gary Steel on the fatal attraction that derailed him, and his salvation.
PAT PILCHER has a good time with Sony’s flagship smartphone, but notes a couple of potentially fatal flaws.