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 Aug. 28, 2016.
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Most popular stories on GeekWire
SETI researchers are buzzing about a strong spike in radio signals that seemed to come from the direction of a sunlike star in the constellation Hercules, known as HD 164595. … Read More
Scientists have put dogs through brain scans to confirm what pet owners already suspected: Dogs not only comprehend the words we speak, but also how we say them. … Read More
Google’s new Seattle campus — deep in the heart of Amazon country in the South Lake Union neighborhood — will be up for a key approval from the city next week. … Read More
In the ongoing quest to out-recruit the competition, one company took to the waters of Seattle on Tuesday to try and grab the attention of engineers who may want to jump ship. … Read More
From the outside, this house looks just like its neighbors in the sprawling hills of south Bellevue, Wash. … Read More
[Spoiler Alert] This article discusses plot points and hidden secrets of eps2.7_init_5.fve. … Read More
Sports Authority is selling 25M customer emails. Here’s what consumers need to know to protect their data
Another day, another reminder that companies don’t really have to abide by promises to not share your personal information. … Read More
There’s another startup in Seattle developing virtual reality technology. … Read More
Amazon’s PowerPoint hate rubbed off on Twilio CEO Jeff Lawson. … Read More
How Hillary Clinton’s tech chief wrangles a 70-person team using agile development, Amazon Web Services and goofy awards
Hillary Clinton’s technology team has built more than 50 software tools and products to date — a surprise even to the team’s leader, campaign CTO Stephanie Hannon, who for the past 17 months has led the team of nearly 70 Brookyn-based engineers, product managers and designers. … Read More