This week we look at three executives: Tim Cook, Andy Rubin, and Steve Jobs. What crazy stuff are people (and the Macalope) saying about them?
The fallout from Steve Jobs resignation continues. And, shockingly, a Windows pundit says market share really does matter. No. Way.
Feeling down about Steve Jobs' stepping down? How about a nice chicken pot pie full of stupid?
HP's out, Google doubles down and the Macalope is shocked--shocked!--to hear there's name-calling going on!
Tales of the truly surprising! Rob Enderle wrong?! Say it isn't so! Plus, the Macalope offers a surprising opinion and then Apple surprises itself.
Google wins! Right before losing.
As one pundit gets set to leave the Mac, another one climbs on board. But do we want him? Then the Macalope stands up for his diminutive sibling, the Mac mini.
The Macalope takes on a pundit making a poorly reasoned decision, the insidious army of forced jailbreaking, and Eric Schmidt's latest attempt to cram his foot into his mouth.
This week three examples of people and organizations that aren't getting the memo. A silly pundit argues Apple customers are being fooled, the Wall Street Journal doesn't get the real consequence of an Amazon tablet and HP makes some bad about the TouchPad.
This week, the Macalope looks at stories gone out of control! iPad rumors go crazy while eWeek stretches our suspension of disbelief and ZDNet makes a wacky recommendation!
While last week RIM just seemed pathetic, this week it's funny again. Well, you know what they say about comedy equalling tragedy plus time. Also providing laughs are the Apple rumor mill and the Macalope's pal, the Winotaur.
Hey, Wired, Dan Lyons, and RIM: You guys used to be funny. What happened?
PCWorld's Katherine Noyes runs off the rails. Again.
You know what's funny? Obtuse bloggers who insist on talking about Apple. You know what's not funny? RIM's first quarter financial report.
In this edition the Macalope likens iOS to a party and certain players in the ecosystem to partygoers, all to comedic effect. Well, theoretically.