PAT PILCHER finds adding smarts to dumb appliances isn’t all that hard after all and it’s all thanks to a plug. Yes that’s right: a plug!
PAT PILCHER gets a sneak preview of Huawei’s upcoming Android upgrade and finds its subtle refinement and evolution to his tastes.
GARY STEEL attends a Blam Blam Blam reunion gig and finds the power of their songs and performance is undiminished 37 years later.
Nokia’s cheap and cheerful 2.2 smartphone has lots to recommend it including updateable Android One software and a replaceable battery. Read PAT PILCHER’s review to get the full assessment.
Was Michael Hutchence’s life ruled by excess or simply touched by bad luck? PAUL ROSE reviews a film made by a friend of the late INXS singer.
PAT PILCHER goes hands-on with Huawei’s Y9 Prime smartphone and finds plenty of bang for not much buck.
PAT PILCHER is rather taken with the arresting design and nifty features of HP’s dual laptop/tablet Spectre x360.
RICHARD VAREY puts two splendiferous Shanghai-made preamps through their paces and is surprised at their natural, relaxed and dynamic sound properties.