Updated below with answer and winners.
We’re back with a special edition of our GeekWire Trivia Challenge this week, with a couple of great prizes to give away: A Samsung Galaxy Alpha and second-generation Moto X smartphone, both courtesy of AT&T.
GeekWire’s John Cook and I will be conducting interviews for AT&T’s DevTV at the upcoming 2015 AT&T Developer Summit in Las Vegas, taking place Jan. 3-5, in advance of CES. Join us there! You can register for free for a limited time.
The challenge this week is to identify a sound. Listen below. Do you know what it is? Send your answer to email@example.com.
Are you stumped? Here’s the GeekWire Trivia Challenge segment from this weekend’s GeekWire radio show, which includes a couple of clues about the sound.
Send your answer to firstname.lastname@example.org. From the pool of correct answers, we’ll pick two people at random to win one of the phones. Good luck! Check back next weekend for the answer.
Update: The sound was the magnetic field variations from comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko, the comet on which the European Space Agency landed a probe. Congrats to our winners, Eric Aderhold and Ryan Cunningham.
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