Dumbing down: Innovation isn’t what it used to be

The Macalope admits he’s not really sure what the innovator’s dilemma is. Is it when you get all your innovation ideas from someone else? It’s probably that.

Writing for USAToday, Jon Swartz says “Google is beginning to look and feel a lot like Apple.”

I put an iPhone in my mouth and then I put a Pixel in my mouth and, to be honest, I couldn’t taste the difference.

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Goofus and other Goofus: Samsung and Apple lumped together

Did you hear that Samsung has recalled the Galaxy Note? Anyway, about Apple’s huge problems…

Writing for the Forbes contributor network and halfway house for the criminally obtuse, Bert Dohman declares a pox on both their houses.

“Samsung Catches Fire While Apple Sales Disappoint.” (Tip o’ the antlers to Tom Foerster, Alex Fleming Matthew Faltz

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Like clockwork: Samsung’s problems are always bad news for Apple

You knew it was coming but once again we see that there is no problem of Samsung’s that cannot be made into bad news for Apple.

Writing for MarketWatch, Jennifer Booton explains “Why Samsung’s exploding-phone nightmare should terrify Apple.” (Tip o’ the antlers to @JonyIveParody and Matthew Seaman.)

Golf claps are kind of played out. Is there a clap slower and more lending to sarcasm? A billiards clap?

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Filthy lucre: Turns out Apple isn’t a nonprofit

If you’re standing, sit down. Because you’re about to learn the terrible secret Apple doesn’t want you to know.

Writing for the Forbes contributor network and fainting couch testing facility, Ewan Spence brings us not one, not five, not fifteen but “21 Ways Apple Profits From Your Boring iPhone 7.” (Tip o’ the antlers to Philip Speicher and @JonyIveParody.)

Hang on a second. Apple is profiting from these phones?!

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Elevated status: Google declared king by fiat

It’s time to wake up and smell the coffee, Apple fans, Google is the new hotness. How can we tell? Well, they announced some new products, that’s how.

Oh, sure, pedants might suggest maybe they should actually sell some of them first but, no, it’s all over but the shouting.

Writing for Inc., Justin Bariso declares “It's Official: Google Is the New Apple.”

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