Don Reisinger, Fortune

Don Reisinger


New York, NY, United States

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Recent articles by Don:

The Latest Nintendo Switch Bundle Includes a $35 Gift Card to Entice Gamers

Nintendo is offering a new Switch bundle that includes controller accessories and a $35 credit to the console's eShop. It costs $300. → Read More

Apple CEO Tim Cook's Biggest Blunder So Far? Not Buying Netflix, Says Analyst

Apple CEO Tim Cook's biggest blunder has been his decision not to buy Netflix so far, according to Wedbush analyst Daniel Ives. → Read More

Hospital Drug Prices Are Up to 7 Times Greater Than Medicare Pricing

An AllianceBernstein study has found that hospitals charge between three and seven times more for drug prices than Medicare. → Read More

'LMAO.' How a Colloquial Acronym Posted to Facebook Could Derail a New Jersey Murder Trial

A juror on a murder trial in New Jersey posted "LMAO" on Facebook and might have thrust the case into a mistrial. → Read More

E-Sports Market Will Hit $1 Billion Revenue in 2019: NewZoo Study

It'll be the first time it's reached that plateau. → Read More

Millennials and Generation Z Have a Big Problem With Traditional Health Care in the U.S.

And they're far less likely to have primary care physicians than their parents. → Read More

Instagram Account in Indonesia That Displayed Homosexual Abuse Taken Down

Instagram has decided to remove an account that had depicted the abuse gay Muslims face in Indonesia after local outrcry. → Read More

Bill and Melinda Gates' Annual Letter Calls for Empowering More Women With Mobile Phones

An environmentally safe flush toilet is on their list for a global call to action. → Read More

Apple's Next AirPods Could Launch This Fall—And They Might Look Very Different

Apple is reportedly working on a new version of its AirPods that could come with new colors and a streamlined design. → Read More

Elon Musk Says 'Dog Mode' Is Coming to Tesla Cars This Week

Tesla CEO Elon Musk says that his company will launch a Dog Mode this week to reduce chances of dogs suffering heat stroke. → Read More

Google Fiber Is Retreating From Louisville, Citing `Challenges'

Google Fiber has been available in Louisville for nearly two years, but the company will remove the service from the city on April 15. → Read More

Apple Reportedly Threatens to Take Down Apps that Secretly Record Users' Activity

Apple has reportedly threatened developers that have used a tool to record screens. If they don't disclose it, the apps could be removed. → Read More

Cisco, Like Apple, Joins the Call for a Federal Privacy Law

Cisco has joined other top tech giants in saying that the U.S. needs a new federal privacy law that dictates user privacy. → Read More

Elon Musk's SpaceX Raptor Engine Is One Step Closer to Reaching Mars

It hit the power level it needs to explore deep space. → Read More

Twitter Shares Tank Despite Big Revenue and Profit Gains

Twitter said that it posted a $1.2 billion profit in 2018 and grew revenue. But light 2019 guidance and higher anticipated expenses worry. → Read More

WhatsApp Bans 2 Million Fake or Abusive Accounts Each Month

Popular messaging service WhatsApp is using machine learning to ban 2 million bad actor accounts each month, according to the company. → Read More

A KLM Boeing 747 Is Being Towed to an Amsterdam Hotel to Become a Visitor Attraction

A Boeing 747 is being towed from Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport to a nearby hotel. It'll be a visitor experience. → Read More

Spotify Makes Major Podcast Push With Gimlet Media and Anchor Acquisitions

Spotify is investing heavily in podcasts to expand its portfolio and offer more content to users. → Read More

Super Bowl LIII Was a Disappointment for TV Ratings

Super Bowl LIII attracted 98.2 million viewers, representing its smallest viewership since 2008. → Read More

Apple Agrees to Pay France $571 Million in Back Taxes

Apple was recently audited by French tax authorities and must now pay 500 million euros ($571 million) in back taxes, a new report says. → Read More