Great article, and nice comparison. My addition to the Angular concept is the EventEmitters, which is the new approach instead of two way bindings. This gives a wider ability to subscribe to a component update and handle it as a separate event, and trigger other services/functions. In React it is usually about state and dispatches, which is a bit harder to maintain on a more complex application. Although React has a more cowboy-ish approach to all the problems as it just gives a templating framework and raises hands on any other aspect (stores/reducers/forms etc.) are mostly not part of the core React packages sou you can implement something on your own, or just use ex. Redux/Immutable additions.
Obviously there are no winner between these two, it is a matter of project and/or personal preference what to choose. As main concept you can decide between pure functions (React) and injections/objects (Angular).