Says he's addicted to "the damn thing." Reads top 10 reasons to buy one.
Update: CBS posted a non-iOS friendly version of the video to YouTube. Oh, the irony. iOS users and those who just prefer HTML5 can check out the Late Show website, where CBS posted an iOS friendly video. H/t Sac to Joe.
Stephen Colbert, eat your heart out.
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Apple's antenna woes have descended to the level of late night comedy
It's hard to say which is more insulting, a top Microsoft (MSFT) executive comparing the iPhone 4 to Windows Vista or David Letterman using Apple's (AAPL) new phone as the launching pad for one of his Top 10 schticks.
But you can decide for yourself which is funnier.
Here's the Microsoft joke, delivered by COO Kevin Turner in his keynote to MOREPhilip Elmer-DeWitt - Jul 14, 2010 6:28 PM ET
The tale of the lost prototype is now a late-night comedy joke -- and not a very funny one
David Letterman, with great reluctance, used the story of Apple's (AAPL) misplaced iPhone as fodder for his top 10 list Wednesday night.
"Frankly I'm a little sick -- fed up -- with the Apple people," he begins. "Because, first of all, nobody's got any money. And second of all, would we need it MOREPhilip Elmer-DeWitt - Apr 22, 2010 9:54 AM ET
The agony and the ecstasy of a storyteller who bleeds in six colors
"If you are a tech journalist writing about 'The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs,' " begins Thursday's entry in Mike Daisey's long-running blog (first entry: August, 2001):
My last name is spelled Daisey.
I will not be playing the "role" of Steve Jobs. The monologue concerns Steve Jobs' rise and fall and rise, Apple, industrial design, and the MORE
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