Like clockwork, the pundits are out to tell us how 2012 could be difficult for Apple. But it's all sunshine and roses for Android!
Harsh words are thrown about and someone's feeling are going to get hurt. Can't we have one dinner a year in peace?!
The bloom is off the rose this week, whether it be with iPad competitors, Siri, or even misleading headlines. Fortunately, the Macalope is on the case.
Business Insider cranks out another gem while two ZDNet pundits engage in a slap-fight royale over the bestest tablet evah. And if they threw a technology scandal without Apple, would anybody stick the "-gate" suffix on it?
Microsoft loses it and the Macalope gives some reasons why people would choose Android. And one pundit mistakes an Apple strength for a weakness.
The Kindle Fire debuts, pundits are still trying to get us to fret over market share and are you Android experienced? And which one?
Whether it's the iPad, the iPhone 4S, or Tim Cook's shoe size, Apple continues to attract dubious analysis, which means it's just another weekly dose of the Macalope.
The Macalope wonders at pundits who don't care about their work, but also wonders if we all really need to care about the back of Apple's baseball card as much as we do.
What does it take to be a pundit? Not much, apparently.
Bad iPhone 4S punditry and Wall Street analysis drives the Macalope to fits. And next week's not going to get any better, because here comes Steve Jobs's biography.
The fallout from the iPhone 4S launch and the death of Steve Jobs continues. Behold the horror.
The Macalope looks at reaction to the iPhone 4S and hold your nose, because some opinions on Steve Jobs are unfit for human consumption.
The Macalope bids welcome to the Kindle Fire and wonders if those old pipes that bring water to Wall Street might still be made of lead.
Microsoft, eWeek and HP all have a problem. We may not be able to set them straight but at least we can laugh about them.
The Macalope looks at Lion and Windows 8 which means, oh, yes, a visit with the Winotaur.