Check out the latest technology and startup news from the past week. Here are the most popular stories on GeekWire for the week of June 13, 2021.
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BELLEVUE, Washington. – Amazon Fresh’s first full-service grocery store using the retailer’s “Just Walk Out” cash register technology could well become a tourist attraction. … Continue reading
New Funding: Seattle-based Arrived Homes startup raised $ 10 million in equity and $ 27 million in debt to scale its technology-driven real estate model that allows people to invest in single-family homes for as little as $ 100. … Continue reading
You landed in the inboxes of Microsoft programmers, Amazon copywriters, and Boeing engineers along with tens of thousands of other employees across Washington state last month: from a new state payroll tax to fund long-term care. … Continue reading
Amazon’s newest physical grocery store, opening this week in the Seattle area, is unique in that it will feature the company’s Just Walk Out cash-free technology. … Continue reading
Leen Kawas, CEO of Athira Pharma, has been given a temporary leave of absence until the Seattle-area biotech company completes a review based on “Dr. … Read more
It’s the toughest running joke in the world: Microsoft’s Xbox Series X-themed mini-fridge will go on sale later this year. … Continue reading
Amazon is at a pivotal moment in its history and faces growing regulatory and legal scrutiny just as a new CEO, Andy Jassy, takes the reins from founder Jeff Bezos. … Continue reading
Halo Infinite’s multiplayer modes will be free to play; Jack Sparrow joins Sea of Thieves; the next Forza Horizon goes to Mexico; and the mysterious Redfall emerged as a new vampire fighting co-op game from Arkane Studios. … Continue reading
One of the oldest characters in Tekken joins the cast of Super Smash Bros. … Continue reading
Bill Gates cultivates one of his favorite traditions and recommends his favorite summer books to read, even if his public image takes a dramatic turn. … Continue reading