People are really rooting for the Samsung S IV to be the best smartphone to come out this year and rightfully so. It seems that Samsung has already perfected their formula for making hit devices like the Galaxy Note and Note II. However, companies like HTC and Apple, never fail to spoil the fun. For example, currently, the iPhone series is still the most popular smartphone in the US.
The S series is responsible for Samsung's rapid increase in Android users share. And Samsung has earned the loyalty of these consumers despite many complaints of the S III's plastic-y feel. The company has already reached a high level of popularity, even surpassing its main rival, Apple. People now commonly have two choices. Should I go with iPhone or Samsung? All of a sudden LG or HTC seem to be far options even though devices like HTC One or the Optimus G Pro could compete with these devices.
The success of the previous S series along with Samsung's huge slice of the Android pie can almost ascertain that the S IV will be the best selling S series phone this year.
Google is inviting everyone who has a Google Plus or a Twitter account to try on their new Android eyewear. This is the first time that Google offered it to non-employees and who knows, one of you might be able to get one of the first Project Glasses before they actually reach store shelves.
All you need to do is to create a post with the following hashtag: #ifihadglass and say something about how you plan to use it in less than 50 words. Include your most creative photos and/or videos to beat out other Google+ or Twitter users.
The Project Glass is still on beta stage and offering it in a contest to the public might be a move to build up the interest or excitement for these futuristic glasses. If you want more info and news about its development and possible date of release, check out the Project Glass website.
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