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. 21, 2018.
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Microsoft is making a new round of job cuts across multiple business areas. … Read More
Five years after first proposing the construction of three glass domes on its downtown Seattle campus, Amazon is set to welcome employees into its fully realized, plant-filled Spheres next week, and herald yet another perk of working for the ever-growing tech giant. … Read More
UPDATE, noon: There’s now a line of people around the block. … Read More
Even bitcoin’s boosters acknowledge that cryptocurrencies aren’t a sure thing. … Read More
New England Patriots QB Tom Brady and his coach Bill Belichick are going after their sixth NFL championship, but Jeff Bezos may very well be the subject of Monday water-cooler talk following next month’s Super Bowl Sunday. … Read More
Decades before the NBA and Shark Tank, years before making his fortune in tech, Mark Cuban was a kid growing up in Pittsburgh, selling garbage bags to scrounge together enough money for basketball shoes in the working-class industrial city. … Read More
Taking in the Seattle skyline is a favorite pastime for many residents and visitors to the city, thanks in large part to the unique vantage points located in various neighborhoods. … Read More
In Amazon’s hometown, Seattle, the growth-hungry e-commerce juggernaut has had a measurable impact on housing costs. … Read More
Are tech workers getting paid this well? Preview of Bellevue condo tower is latest sign of booming economy
There hasn’t been a new high-rise condominium development in Bellevue, Wash., in nearly a decade, but when One88 eventually opens, it’ll be a showcase for how much the Seattle region has changed in that time when it comes to luxury real estate. … Read More
In addition to launching three Earth-watching satellites, Rocket Lab has sent up a satellite you can watch from Earth: a bright and shiny object christened Humanity Star. … Read More