Week in Review: Most popular stories on GeekWire for the week of Aug. 15, 2021

Check out the latest technology and startup news from the past week. Here are the most popular stories on GeekWire for the week of August 15, 2021.

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The most popular stories on GeekWire

Tech passed the test again to track down yet another Asian giant hornet nest in Washington state. … Continue reading

Headquartered in Spokane, Wash., Cyan announced Tuesday that its latest remake of the original Myst will be released in August. … Continue reading

T-Mobile released further details on Wednesday about a “sophisticated cyber attack” that revealed data from more than 40 million former or potential customers who applied for a loan from the company, as well as 7.8 million current contract subscribers. … Continue reading

Opening of Amazon Fresh

Wei Gao, an Amazon executive who helped direct the company’s food endeavors, is leaving the Seattle tech giant after more than 16 years. … Continue reading

Order it! Picnic, the Seattle Food Automation Startup, announced Tuesday that it is accepting pre-orders from the US… Read more

Manik Gupta, an investor and startup advisor who previously served as Uber’s chief product officer and Google product leader, joined Microsoft as corporate vice president for Teams Consumer, Skype and GroupMe. … Continue reading

Law enforcement tech company Axon has added former HTC Vive executive Chris Chin as vice president of Immersive Tech. … Continue reading

Hockey fans looking to peek into Seattle’s Climate Pledge Arena, the soon-to-be home of the Seattle Kraken, can turn to a video game announcement today for their solution. … Continue reading

Samir and Amy Lakhani had had a full year behind them – one of quitting full-time jobs, working on their first startup, home schooling, and diagnosing cancer, all during a global pandemic. … Continue reading

Spaceship on the moon

NASA has suspended its contract with SpaceX to bring astronauts back to the moon pending the first outcome of a lawsuit from Blue Origin. … Continue reading

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