November 22, 2011

Google's Sneak Attack on Apple Devices

Matthew Panzarino, The Next Web


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With the announcement of its new Search app, Google gave iPad users more than just a slick and well-made native search app that bests the experience on any Android tablet. It also managed to squeeze the core elements of Chrome OS into Apple’s ecosystem.

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TAGGED: iOS 5, Apple, Google

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