Which is better: Windows or Android?

TechCrunch article It’s a question we’ve been asking since the first version of Android.

It’s an issue that’s not limited to smartphones, either.

“It’s not just that we don’t really see an advantage in terms of a software vs. hardware difference,” said Mark Mazzuca, head of product management for Google’s Android division.

“We also see an opportunity to create more compelling products for consumers and developers.”

This time around, the hardware difference is just as important.

In the smartphone world, it’s a major factor in which version of Google’s OS to pick.

If you’re an Android user, you’re likely to be thinking of the latest and greatest.

If not, the latest is Android 4.2 Jelly Bean.

The Google Pixel 2, which launched this week, has a higher-resolution display, a larger camera, and an updated software suite, among other changes.

Google’s phones are also faster and more powerful than previous generations, thanks to Google’s own “Google Assistant” and “Google Home.”

So you could argue that Android’s performance is more important than its software.

But is there a major difference?

The Nexus 7 and Pixel 2 have a slightly smaller screen than the iPhone 6s Plus, but they both have the same processor.

In a nutshell, they’re both smartphones.

But Google’s new hardware isn’t just about the size difference, either, says Mazzucas.

“There’s more to Android than just the size,” he said.

Google has also been pushing the idea that the Nexus line is a “first” line of devices for consumers, even though the first Android phone is the Nexus 7.

“Google wants to be the first,” Mazzucias said.

“That’s what makes us a first.

You’re not going to see the same Nexus phones on the market for another three or four years.”

Google’s phone strategy has changed over the years.

The Nexus line was always meant to be a one-stop shop for devices, but Google’s smartphones have grown into an increasingly large part of Google products.

The Pixel 2 is just the latest, most premium device Google has launched, and it’s made a lot of noise about how much more it wants to differentiate its phones from other smartphone makers.

Google wants its phones to be more like a high-end smartphone, so it’s trying to build its own software and hardware.

The Android software suite is so strong that it even includes Google Assistant, a personal assistant that can do things like offer advice, give you directions, and answer your phone’s voice questions.

And Google is trying to make its phones cheaper than their competition.

For the most part, the Pixel 2 and Pixel 3 are priced at around $100 on Google’s website, while the Nexus 6P starts at $399, which is about $20 cheaper than the Pixel and Pixel XL.

But you can also get the Pixel XL for less than $100, and there’s no discount for preorders, which means you can buy the phone online for less.

That’s a big advantage if you don’t mind the extra $10 for a phone that costs a few more dollars to buy.

But that’s also a huge disadvantage for consumers who want a phone with a great software suite that’s just as good as a smartphone, which often means you have to pay a premium for it.

Mazzucci said Google wants to take advantage of the high-quality software that’s in the phones it makes, and the Pixel phones are not the only ones Google is targeting with its hardware strategy.

Google is also focusing on the software side of things.

Android 6.0 Marshmallow is designed for both tablets and smartphones, and Google’s latest phones have always been designed to be as big as possible.

And because Android’s software is so optimized for tablets, Google is working on making the Pixel devices even smaller.

In theory, it should be a bigger phone than the Nexus 5X, which was announced earlier this year.

But the Pixel is just a smartphone in the end, and you’ll have to shell out some cash for the bigger version to make that happen.

“If you’re a developer or someone who wants to create something and it comes out on Android, you can make it cheaper and cheaper,” Mrazucas said, explaining that Google’s flagship phones usually have a cheaper price tag than flagship Android phones.

The hardware difference between the Pixel, Pixel XL, and Nexus 7 is not just about size.

The software side has also changed.

Google was the first to offer a developer edition of Android, and many of its other smartphones have that same developer edition.

And in an effort to make the phones even more affordable, Google has made a number of changes to its software to make them even more appealing to developers.

Google also changed the way it uses its advertising network.

While Google has always made it easy for users to install apps from third-party stores, Google now uses the AdMob network to deliver advertising. Google