Last Wednesday Google had it's "I/O" keynote for developers.
It was 3+ hours long, but fascinating.
Not much really "new", but the way they're improving and integrating everything is quite amazing.
You can watch a summary of it on the TWIT network, or find it on YouTube.
Just the voice search, now also available on iOs, makes Siri look like its dead by the side of the road (to quote one of the TWIT guests).
Plus Android and GoogleNow and Maps and Photos and Music and, well...watch the keynote for an idea of where they're going.
And Larry Page's speech and Q&A at the end was quite touching. He seemed to be channeling Steve Jobs at times.
Its no secret I've been an Apple fanboi since time immemorial, but it sure seems like Google has the mojo right now. Unless Apple has the next "insanely great" product lurking in the wings, they really seem to have lost their momentum.
Please do NOT turn this into an Apple bashing thread - just curious as to how others see this shaking out.
In the interest of full disclosure, I do have positions in both Apple and Google, so I obviously wish them both well.