Samsung to launch its Galaxy S IV smartphone in New York

In a move which will mark the first US release of Samsung Electronics' flagship Galaxy smartphone in three years, the company recently revealed that it will launch its highly-awaited new Galaxy S handset - the Galaxy S IV - in New York on March 14.

HP announces plans to launch $169 Android tablet - Slate 7

In a recent announcement which underscores that Hewlett-Packard (HP) is apparently steering clear of Microsoft's latest tablets-specific Windows OS version, the company has disclosed that it will be launching a $169-priced tablet - dubbed the HP Slate 7 - that will be powered by Google's Android OS.

Mozilla to launch Firefox OS-based mobile handsets

At its Sunday press conference at the 2013 Mobile World Congress (MWC) event in Barcelona, Spain, Mozilla - the not-for-profit organisation behind the Firefox web browser - announced that it will be launching mobile handsets running its own mobile-devices OS, the Firefox OS.

Vodafone’s Global SIM technology globalizes Kiwi exporter Mi5 Security’s business

New Vodafone technology - dubbed Global SIM - will apparently open up international markets for New Zealand-based security and surveillance firm Mi5 Security; making the Kiwi exporter the first company in the country to offer North America and Europe connectivity for all its devices with one single SIM card in each device.