Late News: Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1N, Geo Pulls Out of BDUK, Android Free Anti-Malware Tools Useless

Samsung has redesigned the Galaxy Tab 10.1 to evade the sales ban that has been imposed on the Android tablet following an Apple lawsuit. Samsung has renamed the device to Galaxy Tab 10.1N and tweaked its design by wrapping the bezel round the front and moving the speakers and has put it on the shelves of German stores.

Geo Networks has announced that it has withdrew from the Broadband Delivery UK initiative, which is responsible for bringing companies together and distributing the funds allocated by the government to ensure super-fast broadband access for everyone.

Almost all the free anti-virus tools for Android are ‘useless' and give users a false sense of protection, it has been claimed. The anti-virus certification company, AV-Test, wanted to see how effective free anti-virus apps on the Android Market were in detecting and removing malware, considering the rising number of threats to the platform.

IBM, through its analytics software, has reported that the age of high heels is subsiding as the economy may finally be reversing the downward trend. IBM carried out its analysis by watching and monitoring those bloggers who were constantly blogging about shoes.

Recently, Cisco declared latest features for their WebEx meeting client as well as Jabber messenger. Cisco's move is being seen as an effort to give some competition to Dropbox and Box.net which are cloud storage companies with growing popularity.