At last, a TV speaker system that sounds great and boasts ‘wife acceptance factor’, writes a smitten PAT PILCHER.
Speaker sound can be improved immeasurably with customisable plinths. Richard Varey explains.
Shooting to thrill has moved up a few notches with the sequel of sequels, writes Ben Carmichael.
Retromania gone cult-crazy? PAT PILCHER looks at the resurrection of an antiduluvian mobile phone that ain’t even smart.
It’s slow but profound, writes DHAYANA SENA of Denzel Washington’s Fences, a subtle character study that peels revealing layers from its characters.
Strong heroine, and scary mech-dinosaurs in a post-post-apocalyptic setting. Ben Charmichael reviews a game that has it all.
Gary Steel is tired of NZ musicians making albums that are glorified calling cards rather than coherent musical statements.
PAT PILCHER challenges smartphone brands to heed the call for genuine innovation, and calls them out for trading on superficial advancements.
PAT PILCHER reviews Norton’s latest antivirus iteration, and finds that they’ve perfected your protection.
Are hi-fi fans being taken in by ludicrous claims made by sellers of preposterously expensive gizmos? RICHARD VAREY has some advice for you.
Huawei’s new top-level smartphone causes crowd fever at its launch, reports PAT PILCHER.
We’re saving lives with fancy medical procedures. Meanwhile, writes Gary Steel, we can’t even get our plumbing right.