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  What do you have? You have both the iPhone 4S and still unreleased in US the Galaxy S3? What country are you from?   According to the article in the http://www.slashgear.com/samsung-galaxy-s-iii-review-27230300/   Samsung Galaxy S3 "S Voice bests its rival with the range of commands supported – apps can be opened by voice, unlike on the iPhone 4S, and you can send out Twitter and Facebook status updates courtesy of integration with Samsung’s Social Hub..."
    All Apple has to do is release two models, two sizes (or even 3). Everyone will be happy.
iOS5 voice command is probably better then on Android 2.3, but I have not tested it yet on Galaxy S3/Android 4
  True. A couple of years ago I did a simple test with my iPhone co-coworker, I said "call Chris" and my HTC EVO dialed it right away. But he could not get his iPhone to voice dial. A more sophisticated voice search (using speech synthesis) was available at that time on Android as well .   Here is more specific list           Android iOS Resolution-Independent UI 2007...
  "There is something incredible wrong" when Apple coming up with iOS features available on Android for ages. Some of these features are still unavailable in iOS:   Copy/paste, true multitasking, notifications, tethering, voice command, USB storage, wireless OS updates, Turn-by-turn voice navigation, NFC, Face unlock, Wi-Fi Direct, cloud backup/sync, widgets, Java MIDP emulator, background processes, Swype keyboard, resolution independent UI (handles many screen...
  schmuck??? Once you start calling names, you lost the argument.    Don't put words in my mouth. I did not call it a 'tablet'. The picture of this Samsung photo frame been around forums many times so it's not a big news, but a reminder. And it does not much matter what it is, as long as it's an electronic device with LCD display.   But my point is that this design (black glossy frame, rectangle with rounded corners and thin chrome around) Samsung created few years...
February 2006       April 2010  
  And I've seen this design before. Samsung photo frame, February 2006:  
  Then, for whom the iPad is designed?
  Where is the "evidence"? Would you provide a link that Amazon publicly admits selling a tablet at below their cost?   It's a myph.  Amazon surely making money on each Kindle Fire. Yes, a tablet could cost less then $199 to manufacture. Best Buy, which is not exactly a discout store, sells for instance a doezen of tablets in $99-189...
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