Lisa Eadicicco, The Chainsaw

Lisa Eadicicco

The Chainsaw

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Past articles by Lisa:

Apple's new iPad Pro is the best explanation for why we'll never see a touchscreen MacBook

The MacBook Pro and Air aren't Apple's biggest rivals to Windows laptops. The new iPad Pro, which is now powered by the company's M1 chip, is. → Read More

The smartphone market is a 2-horse race between Apple and Samsung, and LG is the latest casualty

LG's decision to close its smartphone business shows how challenging it is to compete with Apple and Samsung. → Read More

Apple beats revenue expectations for Q4 even without help from the iPhone 12

Apple beat revenue expectations for its fiscal fourth quarter, even without the boost it typically gets from initial sales of its new iPhones. → Read More

The 8 most important features of Apple's new iPhone 12 lineup, from 5G to new designs

Apple finally took the wraps off its iPhone 12 lineup on Tuesday, revealing four new smartphones that come with a slew of updates ranging from new designs to improved camera quality. → Read More

Apple's newest products come with a powerful chip that's flying under the radar — and it's a key building block for the company's vision of a fully interconnected future

During last year’s iPhone launch, Apple quietly unveiled a brand-new chip with little fanfare: the U1. The chip, which first appeared in the iPhone 11, enables devices to more easily detect and connect to other nearby gadgets using ultra-wideband technology. → Read More

Apple's big iPhone update just made the AirPods Pro even better with a new surround sound feature that feels like you're in a movie theatre

Apple’s iOS 14 update didn’t just bring improvements to the iPhone – it’s introduced a couple of new features for AirPods as well. → Read More

Apple and Google are looking for new ways to hire people without college degrees — but experts say college might still be your best bet for landing a high-paying tech job

Tech companies like Google and Apple are looking to shake up the education space by offering new programs designed to encourage the development of in-demand tech skills students may not be learning in school. → Read More

Apple is pulling rivals' headphones and speakers from its store shelves, and it may be a sign that the tech is making a huge push into audio

Apple’s AirPods have surged in popularity since their 2016 debut, becoming a surprise hit for the tech giant. Now, Apple is reportedly hoping to recreate that success in the markets for premium headphones and smart home speakers. → Read More

The 7 biggest announcements Amazon made at its Echo event, from a mini drone that can fly around your home to a cloud-gaming service

Amazon held its usual fall product-launch event on Thursday, where it introduced major updates across its Echo, Alexa, Fire TV, and Ring product lineups. It also unveiled its long-rumoured cloud-gaming service, Luna, which will work across all platforms when it launches. → Read More

Apple may hold a big event this month to unveil the iPhone 12, new Apple Watches, and more. Here's everything we're expecting to see.

For tech fans, September has become synonymous with Apple’s new iPhone launch. And if history repeats itself as it has for the past seven years, we’ll be getting a look at what’s next for the iPhone this month. → Read More

The biggest question looming over TikTok's acquisition is how the app would change under new ownership. Here's what experts say could happen if Microsoft, Walmart, or Oracle took over.

Summary List Placement * TikTok parent company ByteDance is reportedly close to announcing the buyer of its US operations. * Given TikTok’s immense popularity with the younger generation, it’s clear why large companies like Microsoft, Walmart, and Oracle would be interested in acquiring its US operations. * What’s less clear, however, is how the app might change under new ownership. * Experts… → Read More

Google just announced 2 new 5G smartphones coming this year as Apple's first 5G iPhone launch could be right around the corner

Google has two new 5G smartphones in its pipeline for this year, an announcement that comes just before Apple is widely expected to reveal its first 5G iPhone in the fall. → Read More

Google is quietly testing a new feature for Google Maps that will show you where traffic lights are

Google Maps may be able to show you the location of traffic lights on your next drive. → Read More

Your future MacBook will probably look a lot more like the iPhone — and that could be just what Apple needs to get ahead of Windows

Apple has always taken a distinctly different approach to its laptop and desktop computers compared to Windows rivals. While Windows PC makers have infused the qualities of both mobile and desktop computers into laptops they have launched over the past seven years or so, Apple has always maintained a stance that mobile and desktop operating systems should remain separate. → Read More

Apple is re-closing 30 more stores in the US as coronavirus cases have spiked across the country

Apple is re-closing 30 additional stores in the US, a move that comes after the tech giant began re-closing stores in June as COVID-19 cases have spiked throughout the country, according to CNBC. → Read More

Apple just announced its big plan to create its own Mac chips, signalling a radical new direction for the company's computers. Here's everything we know about it so far.

Apple announced its biggest change to the Mac in years on Monday with the introduction of Apple silicon, its own custom family of chips for the Mac. → Read More

An email app maker is accusing Apple of unfairly squeezing developers for cash through its App Store policies, and it's causing a lot of confusion about the company's guidelines

Apple’s longstanding policy of taking up to a 30% cut from App Store transactions is under fresh scrutiny, as an email app developer recently accused the tech giant of unfairly strong-arming it into using its in-app payments system. → Read More

'Cleanse portals' that zap away germs with ultraviolet light are starting to appear as businesses begin to reopen amid the COVID-19 pandemic

As cities across the US have gradually begun reopening over the past several weeks, some venues are taking a new, high-tech approach to getting rid of germs: zapping them away with ultraviolet light. → Read More

Apple is launching a $100 million initiative to fight racial injustice and promote diversity both inside and outside the company

Are you an Apple employee with insight to share? If so, we want to hear from you. Contact this reporter at or through encrypted mail at, or send a direct message on Twitter to @LisaEadicicco. → Read More

Former Facebook employees wrote a letter to the company's leaders criticising their 'cowardly' decision not to take action against Trump's posts

A group of former Facebook employees has written an open letter to the company urging the social-media giant to reconsider its stance on the way it handles posts published by politicians, according to The New York Times’ Mike Isaac, who obtained the letter. → Read More