Learn about the latest technology and entrepreneurial news from the past week. Below are the most popular stories on GeekWire during the week of August 15, 2021.
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The technology company once again passed the test in helping to track another giant Asian horse hive in Washington State. … read more
Cyan, based in Spokane, Washington, announced on Tuesday that his latest remake of the original Myst is scheduled to be released in August…Read more
T-Mobile released more details on a “highly sophisticated cyberattack” on Wednesday, which exposed the data of more than 40 million former or potential customers who applied for credit to the company and 7.8 million current post-paid users. … read more
Wei Gao, an Amazon executive who helped lead the company’s grocery business, will leave the Seattle tech giant in 16 years. … read more
Place an order!Seattle food automation startup Picnic announced on Tuesday that it is accepting reservations from the United States… Read more
Manik Gupta is an investor and entrepreneurial consultant. He used to be the chief product officer of Uber and the head of Google’s product. Now he has joined Microsoft as the corporate vice president of Teams Consumer, Skype and GroupMe. … read more
— Law enforcement technology company Axon appointed former HTC Vive executive Chris Chin as vice president of immersive technology. … read more
Hockey fans who are eager to enter the Seattle Climate Promise Arena (Seattle Kraken will soon become the home court) can solve the problem with a video game announcement today. … read more
Samir and Amy Lakhani spent a considerable year-during the global pandemic, they quit their full-time job and started their first startup company, homeschooling kids, and cancer diagnosis. … read more
NASA suspended its contract with SpaceX to wait for the preliminary results of the lawsuit filed by Blue Origin to return the astronauts to the moon. … read more