They’ll probably both have the same games, bar exclusives, they’ll most likely run on similar hardware too. The only difference I see is the controller and software. Controller is objective, so I won’t even go there. Software matters only on what you intend on doing with your console, and on this front, I reckon the approach is going to be very different between the two.
Lol did you miss the PS4 reveal? The countless developers backing Sony? And the fact that the PS4 will run on computer hardware? Besides, Sony still has way more Triple A exclusives than Microsoft and the only ones they really “lost” were MGS and Final Fantasy (which isn’t a huge loss).
iOS users: Welcome to the future, Google Now is so awesome. It really feels like it knows what information you need. 15 minutes before you leave for work it will tell you the severity of traffic and how long it’ll take to arrive at your destination. As simple as it sounds, it’s really quite amazing how useful that type of information becomes.