Samsung introduces 4-inch and 5-inch iPod rivals

Samsung introduces 4-inch and 5-inch iPod rivals Samsung, one of the leading electronics giants in the world, unveiled the Apple iPod Touch’s two rivals: the Galaxy S WiFi 4.0 and Galaxy S WiFi 5.0.

The Samsung Galaxy S WiFi 4.0 and the Samsung Galaxy S WiFi 5.0 are just like Galaxy S phones with the phone missing. Both of the new devices run Google’s Android 2.2 operating system, and will soon be upgraded to Android 2.3.

HTC’s Flyer tablet: al a glance

 al a glanceHTC on Tuesday announced its entry into the tablet market with the introduction of its brand new Android-based Flyer tablet.

Introduced at the ongoing Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, the Flyer features aluminum body, 7-inch touchscreen, a single-core 1.5GHz Qualcomm processor, a 5-megapixel rear-facing camera (without flash), a 1.3- megapixel front-facing camera for video chats and 1GB of RAM.

Anonymous forces security firms HBGary and HBGary Federal to review their security

Anonymous forces security firms HBGary and HBGary Federal to review their securityAnonymous, a group of hacker that had launched denial-of-service attacks against WiKiLeaks’ perceived foes like Visa and MasterCard, showed its teeth again by hitting security firm HBGary and its offshoot HBGary Federal twice.

Last week, HBGary Federal’s chief executive Aaron Barr announced that he was all set to name and shame Anonymous’ high ranks.

St Vincent’s hospital to open early psychosis ward in November

St Vincent’s hospital to open early psychosis ward in NovemberYoung people suffering from psychosis will soon have a new ray of hope, with Sydney’s St Vincent’s hospital planning to open an early onset psychosis ward in November.

“Alarming lack of support” for mentally-ill mothers

“Alarming lack of support” for mentally-ill mothersMothers with mental illnesses – like depression or bipolar disorder or schizophrenia – are apparently not being given adequate support in Australia; that is conclusion of a study by mental health charity SANE Australia.

Australia needs a strong anti-dumping policy

Australia needs a strong anti-dumping policyIf strong Australian businesses are to flourish, the country needs to have a strong anti-dumping policy – that’s the point which federal Opposition leader Tony Abbott and the Australian Workers' Union (AWU) tried to highlight while launching the Coalition’s new anti-dumping policy in a small Hobart uniform manufacturing business.

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