Leading indicators

Today’s Macworld column looks at the very obvious contention that if a product is being advertised, then it must not be selling well.

Of babies and bath water

For your Memorial Day reading, Saturday’s Macworld column looked at the contention that the Apple Car is DOA.

Not guilty

Today’s Macworld column find Xiaomi not very good at Apple killing.

Stainless steal

Yesterday’s Macworld column looked at claims that the Apple Watch is easy to steal.

Bad decisions

Today’s Macworld column looks at the startling revelation that if you don’t want an Apple Watch, you maybe shouldn’t buy one. Particularly a $700 one.

Gross

Today’s Macworld column reviews the grossness that is an Apple Watch “review” dressed up as a break-up letter.

The impossible dream

Tuesday’s Macworld column looked at how pundits keep trying to review products that don’t exist yet.

Haptic hazard

Yesterday’s Macworld column looked at the fun you can have by analyzing products you know nothing about.

Not getting it

Today’s Macworld column looks at what you should do if you don’t understand the Apple Watch: Write a column about it in the nation’s biggest newspaper.

Stupid games

Yesterday’s Macworld column looks at the idea that the Apple Watch is a failure… to meet analysts’ estimates.