News In Brief: Dell, Amazon, Samsung, Facebook, Vodafone Global Enterprise

Dell is developing several Android and Windows Phone 7 smartphones as well as a tablet, Tegra 2, expected to ship in November, Engadget reports. 
 
Amazon beat analysts’ expectations with a 68% increase in earnings to $299m (€225 million). Revenue was up 46%, NY Times reported
 
Malware known as TredDial has infiltrated 155 Samsung Omnia 2 smartphones in South Korea, with affected devices dialling overseas every 50 seconds, said the Korea Herald. 
 
Facebook is gunning for Google, unveiling a series of new products designed to put the site at the centre of consumer’s web experience during its F8 developer conference, according to BBC reports.
 
Vodafone Global Enterprise, Vodafone’s managed services division, has launched a service that tapes mobile calls made by employees of financial services firms, to meet new compliance rules proposed by the UK’s Financial Services Authority.

 

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