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 Oct. 9, 2016.
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There’s a storm coming. A big one. So big that Seattle weather guru Cliff Mass says it could match the “most powerful storm in NW history” – the Big Blow, which hit exactly 54 years ago today. … Read More
Workers were busy Saturday morning at Amazon’s future drive-up grocery store in Seattle, working a weekend shift before the rains came later in the day, and looking very much like they were on a deadline. … Read More
David Treadwell, the veteran Microsoft engineering executive who made his mark on Windows, Xbox and many other key products, is leaving to join Amazon after 27 years at the Redmond company, GeekWire has learned. … Read More
‘Listen, shut the f*** up, do what they tell you’: T-Mobile’s John Legere shares his leadership advice
T-Mobile CEO John Legere says plenty of things that make us perk up and pay attention. … Read More
WikiLeaks’ purloined emails cover a wide range of issues that were handled by Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman, John Podesta, but the farthest-out issues may well have to do with E.T., alien energy sources and Apollo 14 astronaut Edgar Mitchell. … Read More
The rains and the winds that were spawned by Typhoon Songda swept through Western Washington tonight, leaving downed trees and power outages in its wake. … Read More
Would you pay a few extra bucks a month to turn your smart home speaker into an intelligent, unlimited jukebox? Amazon is betting people will. … Read More
One of the people who sometimes jumps into the Slack channel for the Seattle-based WallyHome sensor company is a colleague named Eddie — offering support and guidance from his office in the Miami area. … Read More
Fans of The Beatles and LEGO may have just died and gone to toy heaven. … Read More
Two astronomers have generated a debate by claiming that they may have found the spectral signature of messages from an extraterrestrial civilization – but the debate is mostly over whether the claims are worth publishing. … Read More