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. 29, 2019.
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After three years of quietly toiling away on a robotic food system, Seattle startup Picnic has emerged from stealth mode with a system that assembles custom pizzas with little human intervention. … Read More
RENTON, Wash. — Thanks to Microsoft’s hyper-realistic new version of Flight Simulator, I now know what it’s like to fly a Cessna 72SP Skyhawk airplane over my neighborhood … then crash it into the next street over. … Read More
‘He’s why we have football here’: Seattle Seahawks salute Paul Allen, add late owner to ‘Ring of Honor’
Patti Hammond — better known around these parts as “Mama Blue” — knows how much Paul Allen meant to the Seattle Seahawks. … Read More
Wow, what the heck is this? Here’s everything Microsoft announced at its big Surface event, including a foldable smartphone That was our first reaction to Microsoft’s unveiling of its new Surface Neo device this morning, with two side-by-side 9-inch screens and a fold-up keyboard that turns it into a small laptop. … Read More
Google is continuing its big growth across the Seattle region. … Read More
In the age of Amazon, and the get-what-you-want-now mentality of online shopping, there are certainly still plenty of people who seek out a brick-and-mortar retail experience. … Read More
In a month that was riddled with big video game releases, the most unexpected success story of September turned out to be the indie game about being a very rude goose. … Read More
Jeff Bezos’ day-to-day influence as the owner of the Washington Post has been a subject of much speculation, but a deal to license its publishing software to energy giant BP might be the clearest sign yet that the Amazon CEO is infusing some of the tech giant’s core values into the newspaper. … Read More
Microsoft is the latest tech giant to roll out wireless earbuds. … Read More
Facing protests against its plans to cut staff at Sports Illustrated, Seattle-based media startup Maven defended what it called efforts at “revitalizing and strengthening” the publication. … Read More