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Aaron Pressman

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Recent articles by Aaron:

Everything to know about T-Mobile, Verizon, and AT&T’s 5G plans

Each carrier has a slightly different array of options for customers seeking 5G speeds. → Read More

Airbnb, Roblox, Doordash: The pros and cons of investing in 5 upcoming tech IPOs

The pandemic has helped and hurt these hot startups planning to go public. → Read More

Is this the laptop bubble?

Dell and HP share prices rose as the companies reported higher sales of laptops and Chromebooks during the pandemic. → Read More

Improving your productivity could be wrecking your life

People are working longer hours during the pandemic without being more productive. Microsoft's MyAnalytics app is aimed to help. → Read More

IBM, Slack, and Rakuten CEOs speakinbg at Fortune Tech conference

IBM CEO Arvind Krishna, Rakuten CEO Mickey Mikitani, and Slack CEO Stewart Butterfield speak at the 2020 Fortune Brainstorm Tech conference. → Read More

Nvidia plans to bring Fortnite back to the iPhone despite Apple ban

Cloud gaming users will get a new mobile version of Fortnite. → Read More

There’s more 5G available in big cities. But which carrier is fastest?

The start of the 5G era offers uneven download speeds. → Read More

Electric vehicle stocks recover, but the road may not end well

Share prices of companies making electric and hydrogen powered cars and trucks are gaining as President elect Joe Biden and UK PM Boris Johnson seek to encourage green transportation. → Read More

Fact check: Dusseldorf woman's death not due to cyberattack on hospital

Hackers using ransomware are not to blame for the death of a Dusseldorf woman who was delayed getting to the hospital → Read More

Hackers are trying to disrupt and steal COVID-19 vaccine research

Microsoft blames groups operating from Russia and North Korea. → Read More

The fashion industry promised to stop killing the planet—but have they?

It pledged to use more sustainable and environmental manufacturing methods, but much progress remains to be done. → Read More

Expect to see a lot more drones in the sky in the coming years

Businesses are expanding the use of drone during the pandemic. → Read More

Apple makes a big change to its new Mac computers. Here’s what you need to know

Apple debuted a new Mac Mini, MacBook Air, and MacBook Pro - all powered by Apple-designed CPU chips, jettisoning Intel chips for the first time in 14 years. → Read More

Conservative social media site Parler shoots to the top of the download charts postelection

Mobile apps downloads of conservative site Parler jumped after Twitter labeled tweets from President Trump as misleading during the 2020 election. → Read More

Why Apple is dumping Intel—and what we might get out of it

Apple is announcing its first Macintosh computers using an internal ARM CPU instead of an Intel CPU. → Read More

Visa's $5 billion acquisition of Plaid could be blocked by antitrust lawsuit

Visa agreed to buy fintech startup Plaid for $5 billion but antitrust regulators want to block the deal. → Read More

T-Mobile will extend fast 5G service nationwide in 2021, pressuring rivals

T-Mobile said it will extend its mobile 5G network across the country by the end of 2021. → Read More

T-Mobile can't claim to have the 'best' 5G network, ad body says

T-Mobile can say its 5G mobile network has the most coverage, but not that it's the best 5g network, the ad industry's self-regulator said. → Read More

5 urgent problems in Techland for the next president to tackle

The next president should address tech issues such as the lack of Internet connections for kids, lack of 5G airwaves, and lack of reskilling people when their jobs are eliminated. → Read More

What's expected at Apple's just announced virtual event on Nov. 10

Apple may debut an iMac or MacBook powered by its own CPU chips on November 10. → Read More