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 8, 2018.
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Most popular stories on GeekWire
To build a big frickin’ spaceship, you need a big frickin’ rack to put it on. … Read More
Zillow Group will start buying and selling homes, taking on Opendoor and expanding real estate footprint
Zillow Group will start buying and selling homes for the first time later this month, expanding its real estate business and creating new competition for real estate agents and companies like Opendoor and OfferPad. … Read More
Busy commuters might be a hop, skip, and a jump away from work but that doesn’t mean all of them will pass up the opportunity for some good clean fun. … Read More
A new open-source project from Google and Netflix aims to help other companies that want to modernize their application deployment practices but don’t exactly have the same budget and expertise to build their own solution. … Read More
Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen’s seagoing sleuths are reporting one more find in their quest to locate sunken military vessels from World War II. … Read More
A spate of lawsuits filed over the last few days target online gaming companies, alleging their digital casino offerings constitute illegal gambling under Washington state law. … Read More
I’m sitting in the cafeteria of Building 25 on the sprawling Microsoft headquarters with an Oculus Rift headset strapped on my head. … Read More
Just another rainy day in Seattle. So what to you do if you’re the richest person on the planet? … Read More
Concerns over the potential abuse of artificial intelligence technology have led Microsoft to cut off significant sales, says Eric Horvitz, technical fellow and director at Microsoft Research Labs. … Read More
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg spent hours in the hot seat Tuesday, answering questions from a joint hearing of the U.S. … Read More