New and official Samsung Galaxy S 4 cases have been revealed in short YouTube videos authored by Rozetka, which is a website from Ukraine. The videos provide details about three different cases that may be used to protect your Galaxy S 4: the S View Cover, Flip Cover, and another called Protective Cover+. These are official Samsung accessories, which will go perfectly with the new flagship phone.
The most interesting among the three is arguably the S View Cover, which not only protects the device but it also activates and unlocks it when the cover is opened. Furthermore, the clock is actually displayed even when the cover is closed.
On the other hand, the Flip Cover offers good protection for the screen and the back of the phone and is quite elegant to look at. Lastly, the Protective Cover+ offers ample protection as long as you do not drop your phone. Among the three, the S View Cover will probably be the more expensive case because of what it is capable of doing.
Google Glass has been finally distributed to the first users, known to the tech world as the "Explorers" and naturally, everyone raced to become the first to unbox and review the gadget.
The handsomely-priced device comes in a black Google Glass paper bag and a white box that very much looks like one that is used on the Nexus. Once you open the box, the Google Glass is neatly and safely cradled by indentations and included in the box are the device a 90-deg micro USB cable, pouch, nose pads, lenses and charger.
An interesting to note is how Google labeled the parts that also tell the user enough about the Google Glass for them to be able to turn it on, take photos, "Listen", "See", and "Touch". According to Dan McLaughlin, who owns one of the review videos, he thinks that the bone conduction system is much louder than the one he had tried on previously.
Some reviews showed the quality of videos that the Google Glass can record, while others have shown the content of the Google Glass box. Soon, Google will make the device available for the greater public and we're hoping for a first-person review of the Glass while it's on the wearer-if that's even possible.