Monday, 29 April 2013

Android's two killer innovations since the iPhone 5 launch

The Editor's Daily Picks

TechRepublic Member | April 29, 2013

Editor's note
Google Now has just arrived on iOS today. But, as I wrote in today's lead article, the deeper integration in Android still makes it an advantage for the Google platform.

Android's two killer innovations since the iPhone 5 launch

Since Apple announced the iPhone 5 over 7 months ago, Android has made two big leaps forward. One came from Google and the other from a third party app. Read more

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