Lightweight but premium in more ways than one, the 2021 iteration of Dell’s XPS 13 gets the PAT PILCHER treatment.
From In Touch, April 1982: Most Australian rock wouldn’t win any awards for originality, but several recent releases indicate an improvement in these traditionally stagnant waters. The Models’ uneven Local And/Or General (Mushroom) packs a wallop of sound and many a good idea, and even includes NZer Buster Stiggs […]
The latest Fitbit bucks the ugly trend with a slinky look that will appeal to those with design sense, writes PAT PILCHER.
Gary Steel is slowly compiling all his album reviews in one place. This is a work in progress, or what we call a “live document”. Today is the letter ‘Y’. Y Neil Young & Crazy Horse – Reactor (Reprise) Dec 1981/In Touch Reactor is the best […]
PAT PILCHER discovers a rarity: a game that you can happily play on your phone that’s immersive and entertaining over the long haul.
Imagine getting trapped by lockdown in the middle of a house reno. That’s exactly what happened to CARRIE STEELE.
ANDREW BAKER discovers the incredible extra flavours revealed by umami – a Hana Umami Red cartridge, that is.
In March 1994 GARY STEEL wrote an epic feature in which he tracked down Kiwi notables whose celebrity star had faded or been truncated. Here’s the unexpurgated version.