But what will be remembered about Nocera’s latest Apple column is
that he called Tim Cook a liar — accusing him of telling, under
oath, a “whopper” and a “flat-out lie.” Nocera implies, but
doesn’t actually say, that he makes those charges after watching
I watched Cook’s testimony — twice. I find it hard to believe
that Nocera saw any of it. And having read the documents and news
articles he cites, I believe that on the points with which he has
factual disagreements with Cook, he’s provably wrong.