Don Reisinger, New York Observer

Don Reisinger

New York Observer

New York, NY, United States

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Recent articles by Don:

How The Work From Home Revolution Is Remaking Many Different Economies

Working from home creates a new opportunity for realtors, developers, and even interior designers to capitalize. With people seeking home offices and spaces to get work done, the market needs to adjust. → Read More

The Best Portable Air Conditioners For Staying Cool This Summer

Since they can be easily moved from room to room, portable AC units are a great flexible option for keeping your house cool. → Read More

The Best Golf Gifts For Father’s Day And Beyond

From a new putter with the latest technology to Bluetooth-based trackers for improving your game, here's a short list gifts that will make the recipient's golf experience far more appealing. → Read More

5 Of The Best Wireless Earbuds You Can Buy Now

With podcasts booming, satellite radio readily available on the go, and plenty of people looking for ways to listen to audio while working out or taking a walk, wireless earbuds have become increasingly popular. → Read More

7 Of The Best Gaming Chairs For The Serious Gamer

If you’ve been playing video games all this time without cushioning yourself within the comforting confines of a bespoke gaming chair, you’re missing out. → Read More

5 Of The Best Laptops For Gaming

Gaming laptops are often some of the most sought-after options for power users. → Read More

5 Of The Best Soundbars You Can Buy Now

Soundbars have quickly become exceptionally useful speakers in the home. → Read More

Articles by Don Reisinger

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Questions mount over Apple's next iPhone models, DarkSky acquisition, and 'anti-competitive behaviors'

This week in Apple news featured Tile accusing Apple of competitive behavior, rumors about a high-end iPhone 12 and a low-end iPhone SE, and the company acquiring weather app DarkSky. → Read More

5 Of The Best Keyboards For Any Computer

Over time, they’ve changed significantly as companies have slimmed them down and made them more effectively fit into smaller areas. → Read More

Apple focuses on what's next amid coronavirus outbreak

Reports question whether Apple's next flagship iPhone will ship on time. Meanwhile, a new leak says Apple will reopen its stores next month, despite COVID-19. → Read More

Coronavirus doesn’t stop Apple from debuting new devices

Apple has released a new iPad Pro and MacBook Air. Meanwhile, sources say new iPhones are coming in the fall. → Read More

Disney+, Amazon Prime Video & More: Best TV Shows To Stream During Your Time Home

As COVID-19 continues to spread across the world, and more people are forced to stay home and engage in social distancing, streaming services like Disney Plus, Apple TV Plus, Netflix, and others will all prove extremely important. → Read More

Don’t get cut off by the coronavirus. Here are (mostly) free tech tools for work, education, and fun

Make the coronavirus-driven at-home experience easier with low-cost or free tools and services for everything from video conferencing to games and story time for kids. → Read More

Apple releases new MacBook Air, iPad Pro with LiDAR sensor and trackpad support

A new feature gives the iPad Pro a laptop-like feel, letting users move a cursor around the tablet's software. → Read More

Apple store closures extended to 'until further notice'

Apple had planned to keep its stores outside of mainland China closed until March 27. Now, those closures may last significantly longer. → Read More

Apple’s store closures are dramatic—but experts say they’ll barely nibble at its bottom line

Apple shut down all of its retail stores outside of mainland China until late March, but industry experts say that will have little impact on the company's business. → Read More

Coronavirus forces Apple's hand on WWDC

Apple is still working on new MacBooks, new iPads, iOS 14, and other products, according to reports. → Read More

China iPhone sales drop 61% year-over-year, report says, as Apple struggles with coronavirus

As coronavirus wears away at both demand for the iPhone and Apple's suppliers in China, sales of the smartphone are down. That could mean significant challenges for Apple's financial performance. → Read More

Save Hundreds With This MacBook Air Deal

Apple sells several outstanding computers that aim at addressing the needs of a variety of customers. → Read More