- GeekWireGeekWire Radio: Former Xbox chief Robbie Bach on lessons learned from Microsoft’s console business
Can strategic lessons from Microsoft's Xbox business provide a framework for the revival of the country?
- GeekWireComcast experiments with cell-phone-like data charges, and overage fees, for home Internet users
Get ready for your home Internet to feel like your smartphone — bound by data caps, a large overage fee waiting to happen.
- GeekWireNew video shows update of Apple’s insane new campus taken by drone
An update on Apple's much-anticipated Campus 2 construction process was unveiled this week, thanks to YouTuber and professional photographer/videographer Duncan Sinfield (no affiliation with Apple), via footage secured by drone no less.
- GeekWirePhotos: Inside the spaceship-themed Seattle office of police body camera-maker Axon
As you approach the entrance to Axon's new Seattle office, it feels like you're walking into a spaceship meant for a Star Wars movie — and that's exactly the feeling the company is going for.
- GeekWireMicrosoft’s ‘Super Wi-Fi’ at Seattle Center: How it actually works, and what it really means
Hidden in plain sight on top of Fisher Pavilion at Seattle Center, literally in the shadow of the Space Needle, is a cylindrical antenna.
- GeekWireAmazon teams up with Seahawks star Richard Sherman for Prime Now delivery
Richard Sherman has already partnered with big tech companies like T-Mobile and Apple-owned Beats by Dre.
- GeekWireReport: Microsoft considers giant HQ renovation, embracing open workspaces
Microsoft is contemplating a "multibillion-dollar revamp" of its headquarters campus in Redmond, Wash., according to a report this morning by Bloomberg News, citing anonymous people familiar with the company's plans.
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Town near damaged Japan nuclear plant lifts evacuation order
Japan's government on Saturday lifted a 4 1/2-year-old evacuation order for the northeastern town of Naraha that had sent all of the town's 7,400 residents away following the disaster at the nearby Fukushima nuclear plant.
Clinton says she didn't 'stop and think' about email setup
Hillary Rodham Clinton says her use of a private email system at the State Department wasn't the "best choice" and acknowledged she didn't "stop and think" about her email set-up when she became President Barack Obama's secretary of state in 2009.
Clinton: I didn't 'stop and think' about email system
Hillary Rodham Clinton said Friday her use of a private email system at the State Department wasn't the "best choice" and acknowledged she didn't "stop and think" about her email set-up when she became President Barack Obama's secretary of state in 2009.
Latvian man pleads guilty in worldwide computer virus case
A Latvian computer code writer who helped create a virus that spread to more than a million computers worldwide and corrupted some at NASA may be returning home soon after pleading guilty to a federal charge on Friday.
Boeing names its new Apollo-style spacecraft the Starliner
Boeing already has the Dreamliner. Now it also has the Starliner.
Scientists exploring wreck of sunken U-boat off Rhode Island
Scientists are using submersibles to explore a German U-boat sunk 7 miles off the Rhode Island coast the day before Nazi Germany surrendered in World War II, and they're streaming the attempts online as they work to learn more about shipwrecks and how they affect the environment.
Benghazi panel questions Clinton aide amid public spat
A senior member of Hillary Rodham Clinton's inner circle testified Friday before a House panel investigating the deadly 2012 attacks in Libya as a nasty spat erupted between a Republican staffer and a Democratic lawmaker who insists it's time for the committee to disband.
U.S. unemployment fell to a seven-year low of 5.1 percent last month, but hiring slowed -- a mixed bag of news that offers few clues to whether the Federal Reserve will raise rock-bottom interest rates later this month.
Toyota to invest $50M in car-tech research at Stanford, MIT
Toyota is investing $50 million with Stanford University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in hopes of gaining an edge in an accelerating race to phase out human drivers.
Fired regulator: Governor pushed to waive oil safeguards.
California's top oil and gas regulators repeatedly warned Gov. Jerry Brown's senior aides in 2011 that the governor's orders to override key environmental safeguards in granting oil industry permits would violate state and federal laws protecting groundwater from contamination, one of the former officials has testified.
Contours of landmark UN climate pact starting to take shape
U.N. climate talks are plodding ahead toward a worldwide deal to fight global warming, with negotiators agreeing to start work on a draft agreement.
Ice Age fossils found in Carlsbad where new homes planned
Fossils from the last Ice Age, including bones of ancient mammoths and a prehistoric bison, have been found at a Carlsbad construction site where hundreds of new homes are planned.
Wave of new Windows 10 devices on show at Berlin tech fair
Computer manufacturers are unveiling the first big batch of devices running Windows 10 at the IFA home electronics show opening in Berlin on Friday.
BlackBerry will buy security company Good Tech for $425M
BlackBerry said Friday that it will make another security-related acquisition, buying Good Technology for $425 million in cash.
Disney unveils Star Wars toys amid marketing blitz
The release of the new Star Wars movie may still be months off, but Disney is unleashing its full marketing "Force" behind the launch of hundreds of toys and other items related to the film.