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7 reasons Google’s Assistant stomps Siri

Google's new flagship Pixel and Pixel XL (read Mashable's review here) arrive on Thursday. They're pretty great phones if you can look past the snoozy designs and premium pricing. They're also the first and only phones with the Google Assistant, an intelligent digital assistant that's constantly learning about you and tries to anticipate your needs. SEE ALSO: Samsung just teamed up with the makers of Siri to compete with Siri Google CEO Sundar Pichai calls the Assistant "your own personal Google" and it's clear the company plans to make it the center all its devices.
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