Tech analyst Andrew Tonner discusses the merits of Microsoft and Google, two companies that recently released earnings. Google is not as cheap as Microsoft, but its revenue growth of 30% far surpasses Microsoft's single-digit growth. Investors have yet to see Microsoft emerge with a successful new product in mobile, as Bing has been a drag, but the Surface tablet does look promising. Still, Google is already dominant in mobile along with Apple, and looks to capitalize further on this trend. Andrew thinks Google is the better buy.
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