State of the Union press gallery “looks like a damn Apple ad,” observes political reporter
We’re used to seeing row upon row of Macbooks at tech press events, but the popularity of Apple’s laptop seems equally strong among mainstream journalists. The Huffington Post’s senior congressional reporter Michael McAuliff tweeted that the press gallery at last night’s State of the Union address “looks like a damn Apple ad.”
By far the majority of the laptops visible in the photo of the press gallery above the House floor have the familiar glowing Apple logo.
The White House also embraced technology by posting the full text of the speech as a blog post on Medium before the President got up to speak. As last year, though, there were few references to technology in the address, the main one urging Congress “to finally pass the legislation we need to better meet the evolving threat of cyber-attacks, combat identity theft, and protect our children’s information.”
Microsoft also had to look out at a sea of glowing Apple logos when launching Windows 10 …