Conversations from: March 2011

Samsung announce the Galaxy Pro

Not content with showing off five new Galaxy handsets at Mobile World Congress 2011, Samsung has announced the business orientated Galaxy Pro. Read more on the Galaxy Pro

Mystery shopper: Vodafone customer service, mobile internet advice

Our mobile mystery shopper grills a Vodafone customer service rep on a series of mobile internet questions. Find out how he did in the latest instalment of our mystery shopper series. Read more on Vodafone's customer service

Mystery shopper: 3 customer service, mobile internet advice

Our mobile mystery shopper grills a 3 customer service rep on a series of mobile internet questions. Find out how he did in the latest instalment of our mystery shopper series. Read more on 3's customer service

Windows Phone 7 update faces more problems

Microsoft is still trying to iron out the kinks in its first official update for Windows Phone 7, following more reported problems from Samsung Omnia 7 owners. Read more on Windows Phone 7's update problems

BBM rumoured to appear on Android and iOS devices

BlackBerry maker RIM is bringing its BBM instant messaging service to Android and iOS devices according to rumours. Read more about BBM moving to other smartphones

O2 adult filter provokes Twitter anger

Network operator O2 has introduced a new age verification system for its mobile broadband customers in order to protect children from accessing adult content, but not everyone's happy with the new system. Read more on O2's adult filter

iOS 4.3 arriving 11 March

Apple has announced that iOS 4.3 will be heading to the iPhone 4 and iPhone 3GS on 11 March. Check out our summary of its key features. Read more on iOS 4.3

Ofcom looking into operators’ 3G services

Telecoms regulator Ofcom is conducting research into the performance of 3G mobile broadband services in the UK. Read more on Ofcom's 3G research

Google pulls malicious apps from Android Market

Google has removed a number of apps from the Android Market that were found to be carrying malicious software. Read more on Android's malware

Samsung Galaxy S to get Gingerbread

A leaked version of Android Gingerbread has confirmed that the update is heading to the Samsung Galaxy S. Read more on the Galaxy S getting Gingerbread