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Don Reisinger


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Recent articles by Don:

Apple's China Problem Is All Anyone Is Talking About

Apple is considering moving its China iPhone production to other countries, a new iPhone is incoming, and other Apple headlines. → Read More

Apple May Move 30% of Its iPhone Production From China. This Analyst Disagrees

Wedbush analyst Dan Ives says that Apple wouldn't be able to move 30% of its iPhone production from China anytime soon. → Read More

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's Approval Rating Nosedives. Here's Where He Ranks

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has his worst ranking ever following a string of recent scandals, according to a new Glassdoor survey. → Read More

Elon Musk Says He 'Just Deleted My Twitter Account'—in a Tweet on His Still-Active Twitter Account

Tesla CEO Elon Musk tweeted that he deleted his Twitter account though his account remains active. → Read More

Apple's Week Was All About China Fears—And Donald Trump

And all the other Apple headlines from the past week. → Read More

Why Apple Will Keep Most iPhone Production in China Despite Tariff Threat

Although there's been talk of Apple moving its iPhone production out of China, experts say the chances of that happening are zero. → Read More

WWDC 2019 Featured the Most Important Apple Developer Keynote in Recent Memory

Apple was able to do something at WWDC 2019 it hasn't done in recent memory: deliver an interesting WWDC keynote. → Read More

WWDC 2019: Apple Biggest Announcements in One Place

Apple's WWDC 2019 keynote has come and gone. Here's a look at all of the biggest announcements from the event. → Read More

5 Questions Apple Should Answer at WWDC 2019

Apple is holding its annual WWDC keynote on June 3. And in order for it to be successful, it need to answer some important questions. → Read More

Apple’s Refreshed iPod Touch Is a Throwback to the $200 iPhone—Minus Its Phone

Not everyone needs the "budget-friendly" iPhone XR (or its $749 price). → Read More

Is Apple's App Store a Monopoly? Workers at These Tech Companies Think So

Tech workers are debating the topic on Blind, an app that lets people anonymously discuss their workplace. → Read More

Apple's MacBook Pro Unveiling Reveals a Butterfly Surprise

Apple has unveiled a new MacBook Pro, and it comes with a new keyboard. But that's far from the only Apple headline this week. → Read More

Alexa, I've Got a Bad Feeling About Amazon's Emotion-Detecting Wearable

People can struggle with their own emotions—what makes Amazon think it can understand them? → Read More

How a Cyber Crime Ring Stole $100 Million From Unsuspecting Companies

A cyber crime ring based in Russia stole $100 million from U.S. companies with through malware and phishing attacks. → Read More

Here's How Bad the Supreme Court's App Store Decision Could Be for Apple

The Supreme Court opened the door to Apple being sued for its App Store policies. And that could be a major problem, Morgan Stanley says. → Read More

Apple's iPhone Could Cost 3% More to Produce Due to China Tariffs

The U.S.-China trade war could dramatically affect Apple's iPhone costs. And that could send its profits plummeting, one analyst says. → Read More

Why Apple, Tesla, and Intel Are Helpless in the U.S.-China Trade War

A "gut punch" tech companies can't retaliate against. → Read More

A Strange New Apple iPhone Design May Be in the Works

Apple is working on a new iPhone that may feature a bump on the back. Plus, a recap of other Apple headlines from last week. → Read More

A Strange New Apple iPhone Design May Be in the Works

Tech giant is working on a new iPhone that might come with a perplexing bump on the back. Plus, a recap of other Apple headlines this week. → Read More

Playing Politics: Why President Trump and Competing Democrats Should Try Wooing Gamers

Besides being politically conscious, today's video gamer in the U.S. is someone who's college-educated, civic-minded and socially active. → Read More