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Dozens queue to greet Apple's new iPad in Australia

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Apple Inc's new iPad went on sale in Australia early on Friday, greeted by throngs of fans hungry to get hold of the U.S. consumer giant's latest, 4G-ready tablet computer.

Letters

High-speed rail link holds great prospect

From FREQUENT TRAVELLER, Petaling Jaya.

Travel

Disneyland: The happy place

Blue candy floss, a cartoon mouse and a giant dollop of fantasy provide the potion for instant child happiness at Hong Kong Disneyland.

World

US travel group urges overhaul to aviation screening

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Obama administration should adopt a trusted traveler program and order airlines to permit travelers to check one bag for free to make airport screening faster and encourage more travel, a leading industry group said on Wednesday.

World

U.S. holiday travel smooth despite new security

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Millions of Americans took to the skies on Wednesday for the start of the Thanksgiving holiday but air travel flowed smoothly as passengers largely ignored calls to protest more invasive security procedures.

TECH

iPhone app to ease air-travel pain at airports

b>NEW YORK:/bIt won't save you from 'enhanced patdowns' but an iPhone app from the TSA tries to ease the pain of air travel by offering guidance on prohibited items, security wait times and packing tips.

World

Apple CEO received liver transplant - report

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Apple Chief Executive Steve Jobs underwent a liver transplant operation about two months ago and is expected to return to work by the end of June, The Wall Street Journal reported on Saturday.

Lifestyle

It’s growing pains

Malaysia's knack of combining high expectations and poor implementation means we generally get things kind of right in the end - even if it wasn't that hard in the first place.

World

COLUMN - Coming to America: Bernd Debusmann

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States has been displaced by China as the world's third most-visited country. In 2007, overseas visitors to the United States numbered 23.2 million, 11 percent fewer than in 2000. Visits from Britain, Germany, France, the Netherlands and Brazil are all still down.

World

U.S. boosting security at airports: White House

KENNEBUNKPORT (Reuters) - The United States is boosting security at airports following an explosion at a Glasgow airport that British police described as an attack and car bombs found in London, the White House said on Saturday.