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Aaron Pressman

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Boston, MA, United States

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Recent articles by Aaron:

‘We Committed Copyright Infringement and Want to Be Sued by Disney’

Automated programs that grab popular images off of Twitter for making t-shirts can run afoul of copyrights. → Read More

With Larry Page and Sergey Brin Gone, Alphabet’s Problems Are Sundar Pichai’s Problems Now

Google co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin are stepping down from the company and its parent, Alphabet. → Read More

T-Mobile Turns On 5G: What You Need to Know

T-Mobile opened its 5G network with claimed coverage of 200 million people. → Read More

Why One of Tech's Major Investors Has Turned Against the Industry

The backlash against Facebook, Google, and others is fueled by a major tech investor. → Read More

Without Apple, AirPods Would Just Be Another Loser

Apple AirPods would be no different than Fitbit if they had to make it without being part of Apple. → Read More

Why Mattel’s New CEO Wants to Make a Live-Action Barbie

A turnaround emphasizes Hollywood flash over high-tech toys. → Read More

Why Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella is Fortune's Businessperson of the Year

Satya Nadella runs Microsoft with teamwork. → Read More

As AT&T Announces Its 5G Rollout, Its Rivals Prepare to Battle for Super-Fast Mobile Data Dominance

Super-fast 5G mobile service from AT&T will be offered soon in parts of 15 cities. → Read More

Europe Regulates Tech Instead of Stirring Innovation

Europe's business climate has favored regulation over innovation for technology companies. → Read More

Qualcomm Says its Bad Years Are Over. Do Analysts Believe It?

Qualcomm's stock price has almost doubled since the end of January, as sales of 5G phones and other mobile devices have boosted sales. → Read More

Shunning Huawei Could Actually Hurt American Tech

The Chinese telecom equipment maker plans to shift where it spends $11 billion on supplies. → Read More

Intel Gains First Big Corporate Partners for Brain Computing Push

First major corporate partners come on board effort to create neuromorphic chips based on design of the human brain. → Read More

T-Mobile's Brash CEO John Legere is Leaving Next Year

The most successful leader in wireless is handing off the top job top job to his top lieutenant, Mike Sievert. → Read More

CEOS from Johnson & Johnson, McKInsey Speak

Fortune's Global Forum in Paris is to hear from the CEOs of Johnson & Johnson and McKinsey. → Read More

Why Garmin’s Shares Are Hitting Record Highs As Rival Fitbit Sinks From View

Garmin's diverse line of gadgets has bolstered the company in its battle with Apple, while Fitbit failed to keep pace. → Read More

Apple’s Head of Marketing Wrongfully Dunks on Chromebooks

Despite off-base criticism from Apple exec Phil Schiller, students can learn better using Chromebooks or iPads. → Read More

DeX Review: Getting Files and Photos From a Samsung Phone to a Computer Is Easier Than Ever

Two new apps make it easy to transfer files and photos from mobile to desktop. → Read More

In China’s Bumpy World of Electric Cars, One Startup Is Gaining Speed

Chinese electric car manufacturer Xpeng Motor has a new car coming out in the spring. → Read More

Google, Facebook, Other U.S. Tech Hit By Europe's Rules

Big U.S. tech companies like Facebook and Google have paid fines and agreed to restrictions from Europe's privacy regulators. → Read More

Why It’s Not So Crazy for T-Mobile CEO John Legere to Run WeWork

T-Mobiel CEO John Legere is in the running to take over the top job at WeWork. → Read More