GeekWire Radio: The future of shopping, startups, venture capital, video games and more

This week on the GeekWire radio show, we revisit last month’s GeekWire Summit technology conference, with highlights from four of the panels at the event. The GeekWire Summit is our annual technology conference, bringing top CEOs from around the region and the country for a discussion about the future of technology. Listen via the audio… Read More


GeekWire Radio: Glenn Fleishman on new iPhones, The Magazine and more

Joining us this week on the GeekWire radio show: Glenn Fleishman, the longtime Seattle-based technology journalist, veteran Apple watcher, and editor/publisher of The Magazine, the popular subscription-based publication for iOS and the web. [Listen above or download the show directly via this MP3 file.] We get Glenn’s take on the new iPhones announced by Apple… Read More

Vern Fotheringham

GeekWire Radio: Microsoft + Nokia, new Kindle Paperwhite, and the future of satellite broadband

There’s a lot to talk about on this week’s GeekWire radio show, including Microsoft’s $7.2 billion acquisition of Nokia’s smartphone business, our hands-on impressions of Amazon’s new Kindle Paperwhite, and the inspiring entrepreneurial story of a 13-year-old from Spokane, Wash., who invented an Internet-enabled dog treat dispenser. Our guest in the studio is Vern Fotheringham,… Read More

Rob Bishop, Raspberry Pi

GeekWire Radio: Ballmer stepping down, Plants vs. Zombies 2, the ‘Jobs’ movie and a slice of Raspberry Pi

We’ve got an epic GeekWire podcast for you this week, with an extended version of our weekly news segment, featuring our thoughts on Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer’s announcement that he’ll be retiring from the company within the next 12 months. Our guest in the studio is the Raspberry Pi Foundation‘s Rob Bishop (no relation), who… Read More


GeekWire Radio: Bill Gates on tech, philanthropy, robots, and why you don’t want be a billionaire

This week on the GeekWire radio show, we’re listening back to highlights from Bill Gates’ recent public appearance in Redmond for a major Microsoft Research event with academic researchers from around the world. In his introduction, Gates started with his thoughts on the state of technology today and where things are headed over the next… Read More


GeekWire Radio: How data is turning the tide against disease

Powerful computing and affordable genetic analysis are improving our understanding of our bodies and leveling the playing field against disease. This week on the GeekWire radio show, we get a glimpse into this world with our guest, Dr. Eugene Kolker, chief data officer at the Seattle Children’s Hospital and Research Institute. After diving into Kolker’s… Read More