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TECHnalysis Research president Bob O'Donnell publishes a regular column in the Tech section of Here's a list of his columns from 2020.

December 18, 2020
New job search: Tech companies tackle shifting jobs environment with reskilling efforts

November 11, 2020
Apple's M1 chips inside latest Macs offer fresh opportunities. Here's what you need to know.

October 13, 2020
Apple's iPhone 12 has 5G: Here's what that actually means to you

October 9, 2020
Amazon Prime Day 2020: How small businesses can also benefit from the shopping event

October 2, 2020
Intel insight: CEO on U.S. manufacturing's role in driving the digital revolution

September 21, 2020
With designs like Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2, Microsoft Surface Duo, it’s time to rethink mobile devices

September 7, 2020
Zoom, the office and the future: What will work look like after coronavirus?

August 6, 2020
Samsung shows future of smartphones with Galaxy Z Fold 2 and Microsoft partnership

July 31, 2020
After years of hype, 5G making progress in the US

July 30, 2020
Why US-based semiconductor chip manufacturing is critical

June 16, 2020
Can 5G help make it easier to work from home?

May 29, 2020
How 5G could make augmented reality and mixed reality more real

April 30, 2020
Can 5G become your new broadband connection?

April 9, 2020
Working from home: Time to buy a new laptop? The choices have never been better

March 31, 2020
Is your home Wi-Fi slow? Bolster your connectivity with a mesh system

March 21, 2020
Here's why 5G and coronavirus are not connected

February 28, 2020
What does 5G offer that 4G doesn’t?

February 20, 2020
From smartphones to flip phones and bending tablets: Why the future is foldable

January 31, 2020
Super Bowl 2020 in 5G: Making the sports connection

January 20, 2020
Your first 5G device should be a PC. Here's why