Dan Lyons writes a post for Newsweek contending the:

Android is the kind of runaway smash hit that techies spend their careers dreaming about.


But Android has enabled handset makers like Motorola and Samsung to develop credible rivals to the iPhone. This year, as those companies have gained traction, Apple’s momentum has stalled.

I am sure he is referring to the fact that Apple’s stock is tumbling and no one is buying iPhones or iPads anymore. That has got to be it right?

Lyons used to be so cute back when he was pretending to be Steve Jobs – now though it is just getting sad.

[via DF]

Posted by Ben Brooks