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 Sept. 4, 2016.
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It has been more than a year since Microsoft announced a pilot jobs program to specifically accommodate people on the autism spectrum. In an effort to improve the company’s “neurodiversity,” the Redmond, Wash.-based software giant began targeting people living with the disorder. … Read More
Just what environmentally conscious Seattleites needed: a giant reminder in the middle of the city to illustrate that ice does indeed melt. … Read More
Nicki Minaj will not be played by a man who doesn’t have unlimited data. … Read More
Julep CEO Jane Park blasts Washington State AG over characterization of lawsuit settlement, calls it ‘unethical’
Julep, the Seattle-based beauty products company, has settled a lawsuit with Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson’s office over deceptive business practices. … Read More
Lots of people want what Glowforge is producing. … Read More
Microsoft’s Azure cloud service has been experiencing significant outages overseas, leading to a torrent of angry Tweets from customers there. … Read More
San Francisco 49ers fans already watch home games at one of the most high-tech stadiums in sports, so it’s only natural that they now have access to one of the speediest tech-enabled delivery services around. … Read More
There is no shortage of video game companies trying to get attention at PAX West this weekend. … Read More
Should I stay or should I go? Zillow search analysis shows people want to stay in the Northwest — and outsiders want in
Where you live and where you’d prefer to live can often be opposing entities, especially if where you live isn’t an attractive location for job growth, for instance. … Read More
Over the past four days, I transformed from Bruce Wayne into Batman, used clairvoyance to see through another person’s eyes, played high-tech racquetball in a 360-degree court, sliced fruit coming at me from all directions, and shoved my cartoonish rivals into oncoming subways. … Read More