Get caught up on the latest technology and startup news from the past week. Here are the most popular stories on GeekWire for the week of April 24, 2016.
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Most popular stories on GeekWire
What happens when Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman disguises himself as a Lyft driver and picks up unsuspecting passengers? … Read More
Jon Zimmerman, the CEO of Seattle startup Front Desk, passed away suddenly Monday of unspecified causes, according to a statement issued by the company this afternoon. … Read More
Building a startup from scratch is no easy task, but the Pacific Northwest has no shortage of entrepreneurial wunderkinds. … Read More
Workers are entering a new phase of construction at Amazon’s new campus on the edge of downtown Seattle, beginning the installation of glass panels on the exterior of the massive biospheres that are destined to become an icon of the technology giant’s expansion in its booming hometown. … Read More
Technology companies are investing heavily in workplace atmospheres that bring out the best in their employees, helping to inspire world-changing products. … Read More
Bertha, the giant tunneling machine making its way along Seattle’s waterfront, will start a delicate phase of its 9,270-foot journey on Friday as it begins to pass beneath the Alaskan Way Viaduct, the roadway it is working to replace. … Read More
A new lawsuit blames Snapchat, along with a teenager who was allegedly using the popular messaging app to share how fast she was driving, for an accident that left another driver in Georgia with severe injuries. … Read More
Seattle and the Pacific Northwest are traditionally known for software and Internet services, but the region’s tech community is increasingly developing world-class hardware and devices, and our latest GeekWire Awards category showcases the best of the best: Hardware/Gadget of the Year. … Read More
Intel’s latest round of layoffs may see the company vastly reduce its Washington state presence. … Read More
Amazon demolished Wall Street’s expectations for both revenue and profit during the first quarter as the company’s stock surged more than 10 percent in after-hours trading Thursday. … Read More