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 July 8, 2018.
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Most popular stories on GeekWire
Jansi Kumar immigrated from India to the United States in 2016 because of a promise. … Read More
With everything from spray paint to stencils to stickers, the Amazon and Jeff Bezos detractors are making a statement in Seattle. … Read More
Microsoft’s summer interns got more than just a beautiful night at Gas Works Park on Thursday, overlooking Lake Union and downtown Seattle. … Read More
Amazon HQ2 is still a mystery, but this real estate startup already plans to expand to the winning city
Bryan Copley remembers “the day that the last single-family residence in South Lake Union was bulldozed.” The CityBldr CEO has lived in the same Seattle neighborhood Amazon calls home for about four years. … Read More
A Silicon Valley startup called Opener is taking the wraps off a single-seat, all-electric flying vehicle known as BlackFly, which the company says will require no formal licensing in the U.S. … Read More
There’s still a rabid community of Windows Phone fanatics out there, and they really want to see a new smartphone and operating system from Microsoft. … Read More
At huge companies with people spread across different locations, employees aren’t always going to be in the same place, and today Microsoft released several new tools that aim to make it easier to collaborate regardless of location. … Read More
Amazon employees in Seattle worn out by the grind of this year’s Prime Day will be able to recharge with a concert at CenturyLink Field featuring pop star Demi Lovato, GeekWire has learned. … Read More
When Microsoft shuffled the deck of cards that makes up its Azure cloud computing division a few months ago, it appears to have created a new hardware group that attracted one of the company’s most prominent computer scientists to jump on board. … Read More
Cities across the country are contending with housing affordability issues, especially in regions with booming tech economies where high-paid newcomers bid up rent and home prices. … Read More