Tech Sanity Check
TechRepublic Member | June 29, 2012
Android's killer feature just boosted its lead over iPhone
A key feature where of Android trumps the iPhone is notifications. With iOS 6 and Android 4.1 on the horizon, the gap is about to widen. Read more
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