June was a big month for Microsoft news on GeekWire. And I guess that should not come as a surprise given that the software giant was touting its latest operating system, and rumors of yet another executive shuffle swirled.
But those weren’t the only top stories on GeekWire in June.
Interestingly, the activities of Seattle entrepreneur Adam Doppelt — who among other things handed over his Twitter handle to AMD in a unique charity swap — also captured the attention GeekWire readers. Two stories about the Dwellable founder cracked the top 15.
Here’s a look back at all of the top stories on GeekWire. Thanks to everyone for tuning in, and hope to see ya’all at the GeekWire Meetup on July 10th for Game Night!
Microsoft says 3D printing in Windows 8.1 will support open-source technologies (6 comments, 67 Tweets)
Microsoft’s big reorg: What to watch, and what it means (25 comments, 92 Tweets)
First porn app for Google Glass runs smack into new ban on explicit content (8 comments, 27 Tweets)
He’s back: Creepy Cameraman pushes the limits in new public surveillance video (39 comments, 49 Tweets)
Here’s what Microsoft is paying its new CFO Amy Hood (4 comments, 13 Tweets)
Microsoft CIO Tony Scott leaves to ‘focus on personal projects’ (10 comments, 174 Tweets)
‘TrailView’ 2.0? Google patents image-capturing walking stick (4 comments, 64 Tweets)
Surface giveaway: Microsoft seeding schools with 10,000 free tablets for teachers (10 comments, 106 Tweets)
Blazing fast broadband on the cheap: Pricing unveiled for Seattle’s gigabit Internet (17 comments, 107 Tweets)
Microsoft’s Ballmer on board for ‘startling’ Oracle cloud database partnership (7 comments, 61 Tweets)
Dwellable founder gets résumé from iPhone app developer who claims he created … Dwellable (3 comments, 37 Tweets)
AMD finally gets @AMD thanks to Seattle entrepreneur’s creative charity swap (7 comments, 204 Tweets)
Stop being a founder, and start being a CEO (17 comments, 179 Tweets)
Thanks again to everyone for reading. Here’s to a great summer!