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 May 27, 2018.
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Startup Spotlight: Inspired by mother’s cooking, ex-Amazon engineer creates Indian food delivery startup
The unique workplace culture at Amazon provided Mitra Raman both the motivation to quit the technology giant and the engineering chops to launch her own endeavor. … Read More
Microsoft passed Google parent Alphabet in market capitalization for the first time in three years on Tuesday, reflecting the company’s continued surge as it invests heavily in cloud and AI technology. … Read More
It sometimes feels that the “enemy hordes are at the gates,” in a way that Amazon hasn’t seen in years past. … Read More
LOS ANGELES — The sci-fi saga known as “The Expanse” has attracted a huge fan following in part because it gets the details of life in space so right, from how to handle zero gravity to what happens when you open up your helmet visor in a hard vacuum. … Read More
In Seattle, the nation’s hottest housing market for 19 straight months, frustrated buyers are losing out to all-cash offers left and right, and real estate startup FlyHomes just raised a pile of cash to help them fight back. … Read More
After decades’ worth of mystery, it feels as if physicists are finally closing in on the nature of black holes, thanks to Nobel-winning breakthroughs like the first detections of black hole mergers at the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-wave Observatory. … Read More
LOS ANGELES – Deep thinkers have been saying for generations that we have to get off this rock and head for the stars, but the idea takes on a little more weight when the world’s richest person says it. … Read More
Amazon targets small businesses, takes aim at Tableau and Microsoft Power BI with new QuickSight pricing model
Amazon Web Services said Thursday that it will offer QuickSight, its data analytics and visualization software, to companies and organizations on a per-session basis, seeking to appeal to smaller businesses and nonprofits who can’t afford expensive software subscriptions. … Read More
There were billboard trucks circling the block, a giant Bezos Bot looming over the crowd and, new to the show this year, drag queens dancing on the sidewalk. … Read More
Amazon has dropped plenty of big boxes on doorsteps around the world, but this might be the biggest. … Read More