Conversations from: August 2011

HP TouchPads to be resurrected – albeit briefly

HP has announced that it will make a few more TouchPad tablets, to fulfill the high demand after the devices were heavily discounted last week. Find out more about HP's TouchPad U-turn

Samsung Series 7 laptop first look video review

Following in the footsteps of the Samsung Series 9, this is a premium model designed to appeal to those who want a stylish look as well as high performance. While the Series 9 is primarily focussed at business users, this is squarely aimed at the consumer market. read more about Samsung's latest laptop

Samsung announces three new Wave phones

Samsung has announced the launch of three new Wave phones running the bada 2.0 operating system, including the Wave 3. Read more about the Samsung Wave 3, M and Y

Which? Live from the IFA 2011 Technology Show

The Which? Technology team has flown out to Berlin to cover IFA 2011, the premier technology show in Europe. Read about all the latest developments here. Read more about the IFA 2011 Tech Show

Sony announces NEX-7 and NEX-5N compact system cameras

Sony has announced two new compact system cameras, including the NEX-5N which Sony claims has the world's fastest shutter release time lag. Read more about the Sony NEX-5N and NEX-7

HP Pre 3 on sale

The HP Pre 3 has gone on sale and can be picked up free on contracts of £25 a month. Read more about the Pre 3

What is Windows Phone 7?

What is Windows Phone 7 and what's new in Microsoft's latest operating system? Read more about Windows Phone 7

Sony Ericsson Xperia Neo grabs Best Buy

The Sony Ericsson Xperia Neo Android smartphone is the latest phone we've tested to receive a Which? Best Buy award. Read more about the Sony Ericsson Xperia Neo

BBC publishes network coverage map

The BBC has published the results of its 3G survey, providing a map of mobile phone coverage in the UK. Read more about the BBC 3G survey

Samsung reveals bada 2.0

Samsung has revealed the latest update to its own-brand operating system, bada 2.0, introducing multi-tasking and NFC support. Read more about bada 2.0