by Joe Levi | August 7, 2013 11:11 PM
The news today has been all about LG's latest flagship phone, the G2. Everyone is talking specs. They're impressive, don't get me wrong, but what I really like is its QuickWindow accessory. Specifications are all about speed and performance, how many apps you can install, and how much entertainment can be carried around with you. They really don't do much of anything to make your device more useful -- only faster. That's a good thing, but it doesn't make the phone any more convenient. Let's switch gears for a moment. Using your phone naked (read: without a case on it, what were you ...
by Michael Fisher | April 25, 2013 7:06 AM
We've never been huge fans of Samsung's flip covers for the Note II and the Galaxy S III. Their lack of interaction with the phones' software, total obfuscation of the display when closed, and general lack of utility have kept us from using them extensively. So when we walked into a pre-launch Galaxy S 4 briefing a while back to find a bunch of flip covers sitting on the table, we weren't too excited. That is, until we took a closer look. There weren't regular flip covers: they were S View Covers. The difference: Samsung has punched a window in the front flap, exposing the display ...
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