GARY STEEL remembers what it was like to be an adolescent obsessed with dead rock stars.
TOBY WOOLLASTON checks out Whitney, Kevin Macdonald’s documentary on the singer whose life epitomised the thin facade of the 80s and 90s.
Snuffling up a storm thanks to pet hair or high pollen counts? PAT PILCHER takes a look at air pollution and a potential problem solver from Dyson.
Can Panasonic grab back some of the limelight with its new OLED TV? PAT PILCHER offers his verdict.
RICHARD VAREY checks out a Kiwi-designed desktop amp that blows the lid on his preconceptions, and proves to be so much more.
Core Blimey! PAT PILCHER takes a walk on the secure side with Norton’s Core router. It might not hear a who, but it does deliver respectable speeds – and detect potentially dodgy traffic.
GARY STEEL enthuses over an album that reverberates with soothing trumpet, atmospheric ‘found’ sounds and imaginative evocation.
It’s a bold claim, but after spending time with Samsung’s new QLED offering, PAT PILCHER has declared it the winner.
In a world-first review PAT PILCHER discovers a mobile phone that could battle it out with the new iPhone X for a much smaller chunk of change.
PAT PILCHER settles in with his Logitech Harmony Elite remote and discovers not only is there no need to move from his seat and no more searching piles of remotes, but the wife is happier too.
Devin Abrams’ last album as Pacific Heights won him the electronic music category at the NZ Music Awards. Its follow-up is a – wait for it! – concept album, explains GARY STEEL.
TOBY WOOLLASTON gets nostalgic with The Bookshop, but is it a page turner or one to put down?