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- Given its price advantage and a head start in the market, Microsoft's TV strategy will be difficult for Apple to beat.
- Apple Doesn't Need To Make the TV of the Future in Slate (27 March 2012)
- It's easy to rib Microsoft for copying Apple, and seeing the two stores side by side does make Team Redmond look a bit pathetic. But in business, losing face isn't as important as making money. And after visiting a couple Microsoft stores, I'm convinced they'll help Microsoft bring in more cash.
- Welcome to the Microsoft Store in Slate (25 April 2012)
- I love the Surface. And that's true even though I know very little about it. ... I was only permitted to touch the device while the machine was powered off. ... despite all these unknowns, I'm already deeply smitten. Not because the Surface is so great — though it seems like it might be — but because it represents a new and potentially powerful force in the tech industry.
- Why I Love Surface in Slate (19 June 2012)
- [W]hile Apple has slowed its design cadence, its rivals have sped up. ... Over the course of a few months, Samsung put out several design refinements, culminating in the Note 7, a big phone that has been universally praised by critics.
- What's Really Missing From the New iPhone: Cutting-Edge Design in The New York Times (7 September 2016)
- For some time now, Apple has faced questions about its growth and what rabbits it can pull out of its hat next ... Apple's immediate future looks sunny, but its long-term outlook has begun to look partly cloudy. In a world that seems to care less and less about beautiful hardware and more about services that help you from afar, over the air, without your ever having to touch a machine, Apple risks becoming an anachronism.
- Apple Needs to Reinvent Itself. It Just Might Be Doing So. in The New York Times (6 June 2017)
- iPhone is the most profitable product in the history of business, but more than a decade after its debut, pretty much everyone on the planet who can afford one already has one ...
- The Incredible Shrinking Apple in The New York Times (3 April 2019)