Ben Stevens joined Which? in January 2007. He worked until March 2012 in the technology research team, producing videos, writing news and first looks and recording the weekly Which? Tech podcast. Ben is now the deputy editor of special projects at Which? but maintains a keen interest in technology.
If keeping up with Samsung's varying sizes of Galaxy Tabs wasn't hard enough, the company has now launched the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1. How does it differ from the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1? We asked the same question. What's the difference between a Tab and a Note? Read on to find out
Mountain Lion, Apple's next Mac OS X, has been released. We take a look at five of the best new features among the 100 new features Apple says it has added to the operating system. Find out more about Mountain Lion
This week's App of the Week will help you keep everything in your life organised and lets you take notes that are accessible on any device. Read more about Evernote
We compare the newly-announced Apple iPad with its iPad 2 predecessor feature-by-feature, and ask whether it's really worth the upgrade. Read more about the new iPad and how it compares with the iPad 2
The Apple iPad 3 is set to be unveiled by Apple on 7 March, 6pm UK time. What features would you like to see included on the iPad 3? Let us know what you want from the next iPad
NFC is becoming the buzz word in the world of smartphones. In this video we explore a few of the applications of NFC on mobile devices - including mobile payments. More on the applications of NFC in smartphones
Apple has sent out invites to a number of journalists for an event to be held next week, claiming that the company has something that really needs to be seen, and touched, which sounds to us like the iPad 3. More on the upcoming Apple iPad announcement
Huawei isn't a household name when it comes to mobile devices, but it's been slowly making waves in the smartphone market and has now unveiled a speedy 10-inch Android tablet. Find out more about the Huawei MediaPad
LG has persisted in providing us with the tools to shoot our own 3D videos, no matter how bad they might be, by unveiling the new Optimus 3D Max at MWC 2012. Does the 3D gimmick detract from the LG 3D Max's smartphone performance?
The Fujitsu-Toshiba IS12T is on show at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, which suggests this Windows Phone might be coming to the UK sometime soon. Find out more about these brightly coloured, waterproof smartphones