Here’s an account of the violent domestic dispute that ended with New York Times technology columnist David Pogue and his wife booked for disorderly conduct in their hometown of Westport, Connecticut. It includes a detail that casts Pogue’s reputation as an expert users of gadgets in an unfortunate light:
Police captain Sam Arciola says an argument erupted, during which Jennifer allegedly bit David’s forearm.
“Jennifer alleged that she was laying in bed reading a book, when David jumped on top of her, pinning her down and grabbing her iPhone from her hands. She then alleges that David had hit her in the head with the phone,” said Arciola.
Now would be the time to parse Pogue's goofy, sound effect-laden iPhone 4 review for hints of an inner darkness.