Lisa Eadicicco, Business Insider

Lisa Eadicicco

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New York, NY, United States

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Recent:
  • Business Insider
Past:
  • mySA
  • Houston Chronicle
  • TIME.com
  • Inc.com
  • Connecticut Post
  • Entrepreneur
  • Stamford Advocate
  • VentureBeat

Recent articles by Lisa:

You should change this one setting on your iPhone if you want to save data

Your iPhone probably burns through data each month. Changing this one setting can help you keep it under control. → Read More

Amazon is no longer cutting into drivers' tips to pay their base wages

Amazon will no longer dip into drivers tips to cover portions of their base hourly pay, according to a new report. → Read More

Ex-Apple store employees reveal the best things about working at the Apple Store

The Apple Store is an important part of the company's business. Former employees reveal why they love working there. → Read More

Apple might be about to kill the 9.7-inch iPad screen size that it's offered for nearly a decade

Apple's 2019 entry-level iPad might come with a 10.2-inch screen, meaning the 9.7-inch size option may soon be phased out. → Read More

People are roasting Apple's sleek new credit card after the company said leather and denim may permanently stain it

If you're planning to order the titanium Apple Card, you might want to consider a non-leather wallet. → Read More

Apple accidentally reopens a security flaw that makes the iPhone vulnerable to hackers

Apple's iOS 12.4 update for the iPhone makes it possible to jailbreak an iPhone for the first time in years, raising serious security concerns. → Read More

President Trump says Apple CEO Tim Cook is the only tech executive who actually calls him directly

President Trump speaks with Apple CEO Tim Cook because he calls him personally rather than hiring a "consultant" to do it, Trump said. → Read More

The Apple Card's terms and conditions require you to agree to arbitration — here's how to opt out of it

The Apple Card's terms and conditions require you to give up the right to sue. Here's how to opt out of the Apple Card's arbitration provision. → Read More

Amazon is selling bizarre-looking foldable spas that people can take with them anywhere

Amazon sells infrared saunas for less than $200 that fold up for easy storage. But they look bizarre, and reviews suggest some models may overheat. → Read More

A new leak suggests the next Apple Watch will be the first to come in titanium, just like the Apple Card

Apple's next Apple Watch, which may be called the Series 5, could come in new ceramic and titanium casing options, according to a leak. → Read More

Google and Gmail are down for thousands of users, mostly in the United States

Google and its popular email service Gmail experienced issues on Monday, according to reports on social media and the website Down Detector. → Read More

The date of Apple's big iPhone 11 announcement may have just leaked

Apple could announce the launch of the iPhone 11 on September 10, according to a recent leak discovered in the iOS 13 beta. → Read More

Apple is looking for a giant new office in New York City, report claims

Apple could be in search of a new office space in New York City, according to a new report. → Read More

Huawei's highly anticipated foldable phone has been delayed yet again

Huawei has delayed the release date of its Mate X foldable phone yet again after the initial launch window was pushed from June to September. → Read More

Now is the worst time to buy a new Apple Watch

With the Apple Watch Series 5 expected to be released in September, it's the worst time to buy a new Apple Watch. Older models may be discounted too. → Read More

WeWork IPO reveals company loaned millions to CEO Adam Neumann and other company execs

WeWork loaned $7 million to CEO Adam Neumann in 2016, the company revealed in the IPO paperwork it made public on Wednesday. → Read More

Amazon quietly debuts new program for donating leftover products instead of destroying them

Amazon is partnering with charities and nonprofits in the US and United Kingdom to launch the new program, called Fulfillment by Amazon Donations. → Read More

You can get an extra $15 from Amazon when buying a gift card — here's how to do it

Amazon will give you a discount code for $15 in credit when you buy $50 worth of gift cards from the company. → Read More

Google keeps a list of everywhere you go — here's how to automatically delete it on a regular basis

If you use Google Maps often, Google probably knows a lot about your whereabouts. Here's how to automatically delete your location history. → Read More

An Amazon driver rode off with a child's bike after delivering a package, and it was caught on a Ring camera

An Amazon delivery driver stoke a child's bike after delivering a package. The driver was caught by a Ring video camera. → Read More