Conversations from: September 2011

Samsung unveils the Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus

Hot on the heels of the Amazon Kindle Fire, Samsung today announced its own 7-inch tablet, the Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus. Read more about the Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus

UK mobile broadband speed still lagging behind

UK mobile broadband speeds still average only 1-2Mb/s with only 3 and O2 improving their performance in the last year. Read more on UK mobile broadband speed

Samsung to launch the Nexus Prime on 11 October

Samsung has sent out invitations to another one of its Unpacked events, this time with an Android theme suggesting we may see the first Ice Cream Sandwich phone. Read more about Samsungs Android event

Is the Sony Vaio Z the perfect laptop solution?

If you could have everything you needed from a laptop, what would it be like? While you ponder that question, the Sony Vaio Z might have all the right answers already. We went hands-on to see. Read more about the Sony Z Series laptop

HTC announces the Explorer

HTC has announced the Explorer, its latest and cheapest Android smartphone to date. Read more about the HTC Explorer

Microsoft rolls out the Windows Phone 7.5 Mango update

Microsoft has started to gradually push out the Mango operating system update to its smartphones, with 98% of handsets scheduled to get the upgrade by the end of October. Read more about the Windows Phone 7.5 Mango update

Amazon unveils Kindle Fire tablet & Kindle Touch ebook reader

At an event in New York, Amazon confirmed rumoured plans to release a 7-inch tablet and two new ebook readers, including one with a touchscreen – all to be released before the end of the year. Read more about the Amazon Kindle Fire

Apple iPhone 4S event live

Follow our live coverage of Apple's unveiling of the newest version of the iPhone and the build up to the event. Read more about the Apple iPhone 5 event

Can a tablet replace paper?

Is it possible to stop using paper notepads and replace them with a tablet? To find out we set one of our video producers the challenge of living a month without paper. Read how he got on...

Microsoft launches Windows Phone Marketplace website

Microsoft has launched a browser-based version of the Windows Phone Marketplace to make it easier to find apps for your smartphone. Read more about the Windows Phone Marketplace