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Siri was introduced in October 2011. By June 2012 Google had already leap frogged them in that department and the gap has been widening ever since.

Siri was introduced in October 2011. By June 2012 Google had already leap frogged them in that department. And the gap has been widening ever since.

"An April study by marketer Stone Temple that asked 5,000 general knowledge questions to virtual assistants reported that Google’s got 91 percent correct, compared to Alexa’s 87 percent, and Siri’s 62 percent."
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"While Apple is concerning itself with new ways to unlock your phone and doubling down on its chip-making business, Google is figuring out ways to connect the where, how, when, and why of your life. It's not just making wireless earbuds — it's making wireless earbuds that can translate Swedish to English (and back again) in real time. And all of this is possible because the company has — since day one — understood that the internet is the ultimate gadget. That the connection between things and the way those connections work for humans is the system that is going to power much of the innovation we see in the 21st century."
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And this is why the Google Assistant makes Siri look like toddler that just entered daycare. Google is constantly improving its voice search without the need for yearly OS updates and generally works on almost any modern Android device.

That ladies and gentlemen is true tech innovation in 2017.
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Most people run out of space on their phones because of all the photos and videos they create. So the free unlimited original quality storage available when you buy a Google Pixel device is a godsend.

That being said it actually doesn't last forever. But 3.5 to 4 years should be enough time as most people will own more than one device in that time span.
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How Google's approach to computational photography is different from Apple's:

"Instead of 2 lens that are half and inch a part like you get on an iPhone, it's getting data from 2 pixels that less than a micron apart"
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With all the advancements in machine learning and AI it really looks like it getting to a place where hardware won't matter as much as we think.
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Proving yet again that any high end device is good enough for mobile photography.
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Hmmmm....kinda last minute since the Google Pixel event is next week so I gotta take this with a huge grain of salt.

Nonetheless if there is any truth to this I'm quite excited!
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When Apple does well, so does Samsung
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