The FBI warns against buying Chinese-made Huawei phones due to supposed security threats. PAT PILCHER suspects something more sinister at work, and it’s not coming from Asia.
PAT PILCHER investigates a strange-looking object that is more multifunctional than you could ever imagine.
The end is nigh for 2G mobile phones. PAT PILCHER riffs on their imminent demise.
Dweezil Zappa’s Auckland gig has remained steadfastly under the radar, but GARY STEEL gives it his heartiest endorsement.
It’s neither immigration nor immigrant-bashing that New Zealand needs more of, argues PAT PILCHER. Instead, it’s all about education.
Time to get rid of that cumbersome old mechanical hard drive? PAT PILCHER discovers the joys of solid state.
ANDREW JOHNSTONE reviews an English series that doesn’t quite seem to know what it is yet, but still manages to feel compelling.
Fuji has shrunk the size of its compact, retro-look mirrorless camera and it’s a beaut, reckons PAT PILCHER.
A classic game comes back to life in more vivid colours and DAMIAN REID soaks up the nostalgia.
ANDREW JOHNSTONE reports from the coalface of plastic waste. It’s not a pretty sight/site.
Want to know what it’s like to get your foreskin torn off in a bizarre initiation rite? TOBY WOOLLASTON reviews a film about that, and much more.
An old-fashioned morality play wrapped up as a whodunit, Longmire consists of six almost perfect seasons, writes ANDREW JOHNSTONE.