Aaron Pressman, Fortune

Aaron Pressman

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Boston, MA, United States

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  • Cashay

Recent articles by Aaron:

Consumer A.I. apps had to be reprogrammed

Consumer behavior changed under COVID-19, making A.I. algorithms in need of updates. → Read More

A.I. algorithms had to change when COVID-19 changed consumer behavior

Artificial intelligence algorithms had to be adjusted after the pandemic changed consumer behavior. → Read More

Allbirds makes running shoes with all-natural materials

Allbirds is expanding into running shoes and needs special wool to make them. → Read More

Cord cutting is breaking records during the pandemic

The number of people dropping cable and satellite TV subscriptions will hit almost 7 million in 2020, a record level of cord cutting. → Read More

The Trump administration’s TikTok policy is incoherent

The world’s leading democracy abandons free markets and due process, not for national security reasons but for show. → Read More

One of the great enemies of the public library is departing

Macmillan and other major book publishers have been making more difficult for libraries to buy and lend out ebooks. → Read More

Apple Watch Series 6 first impressions: A stretchy addition looks great

The Apple watch Series 6 review: new colors, new bands, and a new health sensor to measure SpO2. → Read More

Democracy depends on Washington improving its tech

The U.S. government still isn't prepared to fight Russian election interference. → Read More

Snowflake CEO: Doubling of stock price after IPO reflects ‘frothy’ market

Snowflake is the highest valued software IPO ever. → Read More

Snowflake’s shares soar 130% in early trading after IPO

Snowflake IPO is the most valuable software company ever to go public. Its shares started trading on Wednesday. → Read More

Verizon plans to offer indoor 5G networks by year end

The carrier on Wednesday announced it will install 5G networks indoors in places like stores, schools, and hospitals starting by year end. → Read More

Apple Watch Series 6 and cheaper Apple Watch SE debut at Apple event

A new Apple Watch Series 6 and a cheaper design debuted at the "Time flies" event. → Read More

Why Snowflake could become a tech giant

The company could be the highest-valued software IPO ever. → Read More

Meet Snowflake, one of the buzziest tech IPOs ever

Database software startup Snowflake is going public in a traditional IPO. Here are the details including its valuation, ticker symbol, and its competitors. → Read More

Apple’s ‘Time Flies’ event: 5 things to look for

A new Apple Watch Series 6 is at the top of the list. → Read More

Move over, Intel. Nvidia’s the best chipmaker now

With its $40 billion ARM deal, the graphics processor maker surpasses Intel. → Read More

Peloton races to the future, but it's still no tech company

The exercise bike company turns a profit for the first time. → Read More

You're not sitting correctly at your home office

Meanwhile, some companies are paying for ergonomic home office furniture. Some are not. → Read More

Review of the Microsoft Surface Duo folding phone: Very pretty but just how useful is it?

A review of the Microsoft Surface Duo folding phone with the release date, price, and other key specs. → Read More

The complaints of the entitled workers of Silicon Valley

Some childless employees at Facebook are complaining about special treatment for parents. → Read More