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Aaron Pressman


Boston, MA, United States

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Recent articles by Aaron:

Apple CEO Tim Cook meets Trump at Davos

Apple CEO Tim Cook went to the World Economic Forum in Davos, his second time, and met with President Trump. → Read More

Clayton Christensen, who coined 'disruptive innovation.' dies at 67

Harvard professor Clayton Christensen, author of 'The Innovator's Dilemma', has died. He'd been an influence on everyone from Apple co-founder Steve Jobs to former Intel CEO Andy Grove. → Read More

Drones for business are still barely getting off the ground

Many businesses want to use autonomous drones to make deliveries but the rules aren't ready yet. → Read More

5G is supposed to be the future. But here’s what it’s like today

We tested 5G wireless networks around the country. Here's what we found. → Read More

Intel’s fourth quarter boom blows its troubles away

Intel's fourth quarter results surprise Wall Street analysts, as chipmaker's share price hits an almost-20-year high behind CEO Bob Swan. → Read More

Apple inks deals with fitness chains to give rewards to Apple Watch users

The new Apple Watch Connected program at Crunch Fitness, Orange Theory, and Basecamp gives gym goers benefits like and apps, discounts, while enhancing their workouts. → Read More

A.I. is “the most important project humanity will ever work on”

Everyone from Google to TikTok is trying to use artificial intelligence to their advantage. → Read More

5G hits the mainstream in 2020—will it live up to the hype?

This year marks the coming-out party for the zippy successor to today’s wireless networks. → Read More

Google’s internal culture clash isn’t hurting its valuation–yet

Even amid some employee dissatisfaction and complaints at Google, its parent company hits $1 trillion value in the stock market. → Read More

Verizon’s Super Bowl advertising will focus on, what else, 5G

The largest wireless carrier is promoting its super-fast new network during the big game. → Read More

The certainty of Magic Leap's augmented-reality future

At CES 2020, the well-funded startup was showing off new games and other apps. → Read More

The Houston Astros cheating scandal shows how tech is upending baseball

The team was punished by MLB for using video tech to steal signs in 2017. → Read More

Netflix Gets 24 Oscar Movie Nominations

Netflix earned nominations for best picture for Marriage Story and The Irishman. → Read More

Mastercard Isn’t Just a Credit Card Company, According to its CEO

Mastercard CEO Ajay Banga wants his company's payments technology in as many places as possible. → Read More

AMD’s Command Performance at CES 2020 Was Years in the Making

AMD announced its fastest consumer chip yet, the Threadripper 3990X, as it continues to gain ground on Intel. → Read More

Sony Won CES With a Car No One Will Ever Drive

The Vision-S prototype was the greatest PR stunt at CES 2020. → Read More

Verizon Drops Cable Bundle for Cord Cutters

But it may not sway the rest of the industry to follow just yet. → Read More

Facebook Drops the Mic on Political Advertising

Facebook said it would not ban political advertising for the upcoming 2020 campaign, unlike some rivals like Twitter. → Read More

Chip Wars 2020: What AMD, Intel, Nvidia, and Qualcomm Announced at CES

Leading chipmakers AMD, Intel, Nvidia, and Qualcomm unveiled new products at the CES 2020 tech trade show. → Read More

Waymo Is Still an Expensive Science Project in Search of a Business

The Google autonomous car effort could face increasing pressure to show profits. → Read More