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Updated below with answer and winner.

Our weekly Name that Tech Tune challenge is sometimes extremely tough, and sometimes not quite as difficult. Whenever we do this segment on the GeekWire radio show and podcast, we like to joke that the gauge is whether John can get it right. And he knew this one instantly, even though I thought it might be tougher.

So consider this is an entry-level installment of the contest.

However, the potential reward is pretty cool. We’re giving away one limited-edition DVD review copy of Microsoft’s recently released documentary film about startup life, Ctrl-Alt-Compete, which hasn’t yet been seen outside the Napa Valley Film Festival, where it made its premiere last month. (Thanks to Microsoft for letting us give it away.)

Listen below, or via this MP3 file. If you can identify the sound, send your entry to From the pool of correct answers, we’ll select one person at random to win the prize at the end of next week.

Here’s the full segment from this week’s show, with an extra clue if you need it.

Name that Tech Tune is a regular feature of the GeekWire radio show and podcast, airing right now and at 1 p.m. Sunday on 97.3 KIRO-FM in Seattle, and later this morning on

By the way, the answer to last week’s Name that Tech Tune challenge was T-Mobile. We’ve updated last week’s post with the answer and the winner.

Update, 12/10: The answer, as nearly everybody knew, is War Games, the 1983 movie starring Matthew Broderick. Congrats to our winner, Bryan Vanderslice, chosen at random from the pool of correct answers. Thanks for playing everybody!

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