The Mac Observer's Jeff Gamet joined MacJury host Chuck Joiner and Macworld's Peter Cohen to discuss the media's new found love for tagging Apple as monopolistic and anticompetitive.
The panel analyzed a recent blog post by WebLogs founder Jason Calicanis calling Apple to task over their business practices. The discussed allegations of MP3 player anti-competition, monopolistic practices, "draconian" App Store policies, hypocrisy, and the Google Voice App rejection, along with what Mr. Calcanis got wrong and what he got right. Since Chuck put together a group that's know for straying off topic, Jeff and Peter also took a detour to discuss App Store policies, Apple's relationship with AT&T, developer product marketing, iPhone app pricing, and more.
MacJury episode 911 is available as a free download at the MacJury Web site.