Aaron Pressman, Fortune

Aaron Pressman


Boston, MA, United States

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Recent articles by Aaron:

Data Sheet—How a Huawei Arrest Fits Into the Big Picture of China-U.S. Relations

The arrest of Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou could play into the resolution of the trade war between the United States and China. → Read More

Data Sheet—How the Tech Community Gives Assistance to Those Most in Need

San Francisco's homeless receive aid and support from the Tipping Point charity, which is backed by many tech community stalwarts. → Read More

Reviewing the Google Pixel Slate: A Chrome Device Running Android Apps

Reviewing the Google Pixel Slate tablet finds a Chrome OS device that can run Android apps. → Read More

Data Sheet—Trump Is Tightening the Screws on U.S. Tech Exports to China

Commerce Department proposes curbing sales of cutting edge gear abroad. → Read More

Why Publishers Think This Time They Can Get More Money Out of Google and Facebook

Everyone from European publishers to the hottest U.S. news sites are trying to get more money out of Facebook and Google. → Read More

HP Spectre Folio Review: Everything You Need to Know About the New Convertible Laptop

HP's Spectre Folio laptop converts into a tablet and is covered in leather. → Read More

Data Sheet—Why Amy Schumer—and Everybody Else—Wants Their Own Podcast

And why you're about to see a flood of new podcasts from all kinds of celebrities. → Read More

Facebook, Apple, Nvidia Bad News and Mistakes Spread Gloom

Facebook, Apple, and Nvidia are suffering from mistakes and worries that have spread gloom over the technology sector. → Read More

Why the Price of Cable TV Stopped Going Up So Fast This Year

The average cable bill rose less than 1% to $107 this year, according to a survey by Leichtman Research Group. → Read More

Facebook Tried to Deflect 2016 Election Misdeeds: New York Times

But company says the latest story contains inaccuracies. → Read More

This Tricked Out MacBook Pro Is Apple's Priciest Laptop. Here's How Much it Costs

Newest graphic cards from AMD allow a very high sticker price. → Read More

Federal Auction of 5G Airwaves Gets Off to a Slow Start. Here's Why

The 5G airwave license auction got off to a slow start, as few bidders offered the Federal Communications Commission much for the spectrum. → Read More

Data Sheet—Growing Dangers to Stocks From the U.S.-China Trade Conflict

The trade war between the U.S. and China could crash stock markets in both countries if President Trump and Chinese leaders don't blink. → Read More

Data Sheet—How 'Humans Plus Machines' Sometimes Becomes 'Humans Versus Machines'

Increasing use of digital healthcare records at hospitals has not made doctors' lives easier. → Read More

Intel Has Good News for iPhone Owners Who Want 5G Speeds

Apple's iPhone could get much faster 5G modems thanks to a new chip from Intel. → Read More

SAP Buying Qualtrics for $8 Billion to Grow Cloud Software

It's a strong price for a company with only $300 million of revenue. → Read More

Choosing the Cheapest Unlimited Data Mobile Plan Just Got Easier

T-Mobile cuts prices to keep up with discounts from Verizon and AT&T. → Read More

Data Sheet—Amazon Wants to Get America Scanning for the Holidays

Amazon is sending customers a print catalog of toys with QR codes for connecting would-be-purchasers to the correct page of its web site. → Read More

Elon Musk's Successor as Tesla Chairman Is Just What Tesla Needs

Elon Musk had to resign as chairman of Tesla's board and Telstra CFO Robyn Denholm will replace him. Musk stays on as CEO. → Read More

Former Intel CEO Brian Krzanich Lands New Gig at Smaller Software Outfit

Krzanich resigned from Intel after violating policy with a consensual relationship with an employee. → Read More