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 Dec. 23, 2018.
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Most popular stories on GeekWire
A 911 outage affected agencies across Washington state on Thursday and continued into the early hours of Friday, as people received emergency alerts on their smartphones late Thursday evening with alternatives to 911 phone numbers. … Read More
A widespread outage on CenturyLink’s cloud network that lasted almost two days and hampered emergency phone service in Washington and other states was caused by a faulty network management card, according to a customer notice. … Read More
Seattle-based online cosmetics retailer Julep is laying off more than 100 employees after its parent company filed for bankruptcy last week. … Read More
Santa Claus isn’t the only one bearing gifts from the north pole at this time of year. … Read More
Interview: NYPL’s chief digital officer says public is better off when libraries are ‘risk averse’ about tech
First: It’s not just about digitizing books. … Read More
A few months after launching a pilot in Seattle, mobile fueling startup Filld hit a roadblock. … Read More
Is Amazon a sleeping giant of education technology? … Read More
For the first time earlier this year, Amazon announced that its popular Prime membership program had topped 100 million accounts worldwide. … Read More
John Legere all but confirms T-Mobile TV’s launch will be delayed to 2019, and promises ‘real, live’ 5G
T-Mobile CEO John Legere is outlining how he sees 2019. … Read More
It’s been 50 years to the day since Apollo 8 astronaut Bill Anders’ “Earthrise” photo changed our world forever, but that mission to the moon and back wouldn’t have happened the way it did if it weren’t for a giant leap in technology. … Read More