Yesterday, Google released Dave Burke's incredibly useful little utility that sends things from the Chrome browser on your PC to your Android phone. Once you install the Chrome to Phone Extension on the PC and the corresponding application on the phone you get a phone icon in the toolbar of your PC's browser. Press it and the URL is sent instantly to the phone where it opens the same web page. Very useful if you've started reading an article and want to take it with you.
If you are in Google Maps, it will open that location in Maps on the phone. Highlight some text and it goes into the phone's clipboard where you can paste with a long press on the text box. Highlight a phone number and it tells the phone to dial the number. It also works with YouTube.
The program is open source, so (Apple willing) it could also work on the iPhone.