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 Jan. 5, 2020.
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Most popular stories on GeekWire
Delta Air Lines debuts crazy ‘parallel reality’ airport experience based on Seattle startup’s technology
LAS VEGAS — Parallel reality is becoming actual reality. … Read More
LAS VEGAS — CES doesn’t officially start until Tuesday. … Read More
Nearly a year after stepping down as CEO of Seattle-based Zillow Group, Spencer Rascoff has turned his focus to the tech and startup scene in his hometown of Los Angeles, leading the launch of a news and events company to cover it all: dot.LA. … Read More
Starbucks is offering employees free subscriptions to the meditation app, Headspace, as part of a push to improve the mental health of its workforce. … Read More
Zume is shutting down its Seattle engineering office amid widespread layoffs at the pizza making robotics company. … Read More
KENT, Wash. — Amazon billionaire Jeff Bezos’ space effort now officially has more space. … Read More
Microsoft has set its sights on a huge new office in its hometown of Redmond, Wash., according to a new report, in a sign that the tech giant’s appetite for growth extends beyond the massive redevelopment of its headquarters campus. … Read More
LAS VEGAS — 5G; artificial intelligence; connected homes; streaming media; cloud-based gaming; mixed reality; electric transportation; telemedicine; task-based robots; and more. … Read More
It’s been a couple weeks since the demise of Seattle-based Vicis, the high-tech football helmet maker that laid off all of its employees and was placed into receivership by its board just before Christmas. … Read More