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Friday, November 21, 2014
- Holiday Gift and Gadget Guide
Which gadgets should you buy for the geeks on your list? And which should you put on your own wish list? We’re here with answers this week on the GeekWire radio show, with the return of our annual Holiday Gift & Gadget Guide. We’ve selected a range of devices for you to consider, based on our own experience using them, and in some cases covering the companies that make them. We’re joined in this annual tradition by one of our favorite guests, Andru Edwards, the editor-and-chief of Gear Live, who holds the record for appearances on the GeekWire show — so many, in fact, that we’ve honestly lost count.
Friday, November 14, 2014
The owner of Churchill Downs buys a Seattle game company, how the NFL uses the Microsoft Surface, and tips from a 14-year-old technology entrepreneur, Brooke Martin, the inventor of iCPooch. Plus, your chance to win a smartphone from AT&T. And an App of the Week that will help you shop for Thanksgiving dinner.
Friday, November 7, 2014
- Amazon Echo, Apple in Seattle, and an innovative dog-poop bag holder
Amazon surprises everybody with a crazy talking home speaker, Apple puts down roots in the Seattle region, and two 12-year-old twins and their dad come up with an innovative solution to the question of what to do with dog poop. Plus, an App of the Week that promises to solve inbox overload, and a brand new GeekWire Trivia Challenge.
Friday, October 31, 2014
- Microsoft Band, Starbucks Delivery and the State of Computer Science
Microsoft wants to put a computer on your wrist, Starbucks wants to deliver a cup of coffee to your desk, and the UW wants to give a boost to computer science education.
Friday, October 24, 2014
- The Week in Geek: Amazon, Steve Ballmer, Apple Pay, and more!
What Steve Ballmer really thinks about Amazon, how the online retailer is defying Wall Street, GeekWire tests Apple Pay, and our new Trivia Challenge. Plus Zillow cofounder Rich Barton's advice for a new college grad, and an app of the week that will help you plan your weekend.
Friday, October 17, 2014
- Inventions We Love
Live on stage at the recent GeekWire Summit, hand-picked inventions that reflect the creativity and ingenuity taking place in the technology industry — including an Internet-connected dog treat dispenser, an automated home-brewing machine, a 3D image viewer for the iPhone, Bluetooth-enabled smart socks and an asteroid-mining robot.
Friday, October 10, 2014
- T-Mobile CEO John Legere
The outspoken and irreverent T-Mobile leader shares his candid take on the wireless industry, with healthy doses of humor, wisdom and entrepreneurial inspiration sprinkled in. John Legere has shaken up the wireless industry and led a turnaround of T-Mobile, adding millions of customers through the company’s Un-Carrier initiatives.
Friday, October 3, 2014
- How technology is changing shopping
Microsoft unveils Windows 10, New jersey man shoots down his neighbor's drone, and how technology is going to completely change the way you shop. Our guest this week is Josh Marti, the CEO of Point Inside, the Seattle-based tech company that provides underlying technology for apps used by retailers including Lowe's.
Thursday, October 2, 2014
- Q&A with Todd and John about the creation of Geekwire, the state of Seattle tech and more
Behind the scenes of Geekwire with co-founders Todd and John
Friday, September 26, 2014
- Drone Photography
It was rough week for Apple, former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer tells his new basketball team, "No More iPads!" And our guest, Chad Copeland, a National Geographic contributing photographer, explains how he uses drones to capture amazing scenes in the far reaches of the earth.
Friday, September 19, 2014
- The future of the car
This week on geekwire we delve into technology in vehicles, including apps, driverless cars, connected services and embedded lte chips, with our guest David Jumpa of Airbiquity.
Friday, September 12, 2014
- Apple, Neil deGrasse Tyson, and More
Should you buy the Apple Watch? What about the iPhone 6? We weigh the benefits and drawbacks of the latest devices from Apple on this episode of GeekWire. Plus, a one-on-one interview with astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, an app of the week that will change the way you book your vacations, a new service that will let you rent out your car while you're on vacation, and the answer to our 100th Name that Tech Challenge.
Friday, September 5, 2014
- Quitting Facebook
What's it like to quit Facebook? Geekwire columnist Frank Catalano has done it, and he joins us to talk about the experience. Plus the lowdown on Washington state's 400 year time capsule, dead words, and our epic 100th tech tune challenge.
Friday, August 29, 2014
- How reliable is your mobile network?
Guest Bill Moore, CEO of Root Metrics tells us all about comparing call and data coverage between mobile networks.
Friday, August 22, 2014
- How cops are embracing the cloud
Can technology improve the way police officers interact with citizens? It's a timely question, given the events in Ferguson, Mo., and our guests this week are experts in public safety and technology. Joining us are Marcus Womack, the general manager of Evidence.com, a cloud-based service used by police departments, and Hadi Partovi, a technology entrepreneur who is on the board of Taser International, Evidence.com's parent company.