Patrice Brendamour, Ben Roethig, Jerome Koehler
For episode 65 we are at full strength for Deconstruct.
In our first story, CNBC makes its debut depicting Apple’s doom with their high priced ANALysts. We look at what happens in real world economics in a mature market. In our second article, Forbes argues that the Apple Watch should support Android. We roll our eyes at this complete misunderstanding of the platform.
Ben and Patrice were having a great day, and so was Jerry. So good that he’s not here.
In our first article, Natural News tells us why Apple’s new wireless headphones will bombard you with radiation… like every other device with a radio. In our last article Forbes is switching to Android because of the iPhone 7’s lack of headphone jack… even with the adapter in box.
On Ep41: Ben and Patrice tech on more crappy stories.
In our first article, the internet took offense to Apple hiring a developer for their come to Android App and we set them straight. In our second article, FastCo design’s website annoys Patrice and its article about Apple having too many products doesn’t get any better. In our last article, Metallo writes an excellent article about why the Apple TV does have 4k. No, we weren’t paid the $10 million.
On The 39th Edition of Deconstruct, Ben and Patrice take on the BS so you don’t have to. In the first article, CoM confuses Apple TV gaming with the high end gaming consoles. In our second article, we visit an alternate universe where Apple is dooomed, but they can save it. In our headliner, IBT has the worst website Patrice has ever seen… and gives a top 5 list about why Android Wear is better than the Apple Watch.
Ben Roethig, Jerome Koehler, Patrice Brendamour
On Episode 27 of Deconstruct Ben, Patrice, and Jerry take on the week’s shitty news. Wait, Jerry’s here???
First they talk about a pair of roommates who try to kill each other over platform wars. In the second article, the crew talks about the connection between Netflix and Pirates. Lastly, BGR wonders if the Galaxy S6 is cock-blocking the chip supply for the iPhone 6S.