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Aaron Pressman
Tech reporter for Fortune and co-author of daily Data Sheet newsletter. Tweeting tech news with only the occasional Red Sox tidbits.
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Aaron Pressman 7h
From the newspaper that brought you Iraq’s active WMD program, and likely to age about as well - Rod Rosenstein Suggested Secretly Recording Trump and Discussed 25th Amendment
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Aaron Pressman 14h
May the force be with you, but not too much - Disney plans to scale back production of 'Star Wars' films
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Aaron Pressman 16h
Replying to @ampressman
My gosh, does 2018 need Mister Rogers.
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Aaron Pressman 16h
Would you be mine, could you be mine, won't you be my neighbor - Google Is Celebrating Mister Rogers With an Animated Doodle
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Aaron Pressman 16h
Replying to @stevesi
Isn't there something about banging the table? Is tweeting the new distracting table banging?
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Aaron Pressman 18h
Sound advice from - Selling your iPhone? Here are the best places to maximize your payout
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Aaron Pressman 18h
Sticking with the same story: TracFone, the largest MVNO in the U.S., tells FCC that it supports T-Mobile-Sprint merger
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Aaron Pressman 18h
Replying to @ampressman
Sprint regulatory filing to justify T-Mobile merger: "5G deployment will be limited to areas in and around major cities. Even if Sprint... [built] 5G sites beyond major metropolitan areas, it lacks the low-band spectrum needed to ensure there is a robust 5G coverage layer"
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Aaron Pressman 18h
Sprint press release: "with Sprint 5G, we’ll deliver for our customers mobile data speeds that are up to 10 times faster, with significantly improved reliability and coverage"
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Aaron Pressman 19h
Replying to @SievertMike
"monthly prices planned to be generally [sadly redacted] lower than traditional services."
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Aaron Pressman 19h
Mmm: "New T-Mobile will cover 64 percent of Charter’s territory and 68 percent of Comcast’s territory with its in-home broadband services by 2024." says in a new FCC declaration
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Fortune Tech 19h
Here Are the Original TV Shows Apple Plans to Produce
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Aaron Pressman 19h
Today's Data Sheet has on the real winner of the Adobe-Marketo deal (hint: not Adobe), news of all Amazon's new stuff, and food for thought from on who killed Google Reader
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Aaron Pressman 21h
A blockchain is one such solution, and like most technology, it applies to a very small subset of use-cases. A private version, however, can never be such a subset.
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Aaron Pressman 21h
So once you install Olive, you can interact with some very old software as if it were brand new. Think of it as a Wayback Machine for executable content.
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Aaron Pressman 22h
Yeah, not AMD or anything - How Qualcomm Tried and Failed to Steal Intel's Crown Jewel “They were the ones that had enough clout to make a mark,” said Alan Priestley, an analyst at Gartner Inc. “Qualcomm had the best chance.”
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Farhad Manjoo Sep 20
Amazon announcing a box called Fire TV Recast that wirelessly pairs with a TV antenna to pull in free TV — the box then DVRs any show, that you can then watch anywhere. This is … really interesting.
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Aaron Pressman Sep 20
"Is the podcast bubble bursting?"
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Aaron Pressman Sep 20
Holy cow. Somebody got hosed. Almost 3X in two years...and they probably used mostly debt to finance.
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Aaron Pressman Sep 20
Replying to @RogerWCheng
Really? Wow
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