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Aaron Pressman


Boston, MA, United States

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Recent articles by Aaron:

Why it's so hard for tech companies to make ventilators

It will take months to get new factories running. → Read More

How Docusign has held up so well in the coronavirus pandemic

Docusign CEO Dan Springer is granting employees $1,000 to help meet short-term needs. → Read More

How one San Francisco startup bought $1.4 million worth of masks and other supplies

One startup CEO is raising money for needed medical supplies to combat the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Coronavirus quarantining has slowed Internet speeds in these cities

Work and schooling from home is causing congestion. → Read More

How Samasource's CEO helped turn a non-profit into a fully sustaining for-profit

Computer learning apps require human help. One startup uses low-cost labor. → Read More

How Garmin keeps pace with giant rivals such as Apple and Google

The plucky wearable maker makes numerous products to compete with its much larger rivals. → Read More

E-learning companies are seizing the moment—but experts say online classes don’t work

As coronavirus forces school closings, e-learning companies like Wylie and Coursera are helping online classes to take off. But online learning experts say the tech can't compete with classroom learning. → Read More

Two tech giants, once bitter enemies, are cooperating in the wake of coronavirus

Everyone from top tech companies to each individual mist cooperate to deal with the pandemic. → Read More

What to read when all you can read about is coronavirus

With people staying home due to the coronavirus pandemic, here are some good books to read. → Read More

How A.I. is aiding the coronavirus fight

Artificial intelligence is helping predict the spread of infectious diseases, giving health officials a new tool to reduce the threat. → Read More

Tesla employees encourage to have fun and ask questions

The electric car maker's employee manual explains how to have fun on the job. → Read More

Despite fears of gridlock, Internet is holding up under coronavirus strain

So far, the surge of workers and students sent home due to the coronavirus outbreak is not straining the Internet. → Read More

Verizon, AT&T spend the most at latest 5G airwave auction

The two largest carriers won the most airwave licenses at the FCC auction. → Read More

Coronavirus help coming from tech companies via the White House

Tech companies including Google and Facebook offered advice for combatting the virus outbreak in a virtual White House meeting. → Read More

How Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile rank on 5G speeds

Sometimes their speeds weren't much faster than 4G. → Read More

The online travel market is the perfect financial petri dish for the coronavirus crisis

Many consumers are cancelling plans and staying home, Booking Holdings warns. → Read More

As people eat out less, food delivery startups surge

CEO of Uber says its Uber Eats business is benefiting from people avoiding eating out. → Read More

Sequoia Capital has advice for business during the coronavirus outbreak

venture capital firm Sequoia Capital recommends that businesses conserve cash to weather the coronavirus outbreak. → Read More

Fears of the ‘worst case’ for coronavirus are growing in Silicon Valley

The worst case? Significant outbreak could destabilize world politics. → Read More

After folding phone screens, get ready for unrolling displays

TCL debuted a concept phone with a screen that unrolls to double the display area. → Read More