- GeekWireValve targets living room with $50 Steam Link game streaming box
Valve Software’s quest to expand its reach in the living room is gaining steam with a set of new announcements today.
- GeekWireLegendary investor Chris Sacca ‘can’t wait’ for tech industry to crash
SAN FRANCISCO ? While investors and industry insiders worry about a future tech industry crash, legendary angel investor Chris Sacca is ready for the bottom to fall out of the market.
- GeekWireUber opening Seattle engineering office, led by Isilon vet Tim Prouty
It’s confirmed: On-demand transportation company Uber is opening a Seattle engineering office, with plans to hire as many as 50 people or more this year.
- GeekWireScience has figured out what makes Indian food so tasty
It’s lunchtime, and by the end of this, if you’re not hankering for some Indian food, there’s probably something wrong with you.
- GeekWireAfter raising more than $300 million, Jason Goldberg’s e-commerce upstart Fab.com acquired in fire sale
Fab.com, the New York-based e-commerce startup founded by former Jobster CEO Jason Goldberg, has sold to custom manufacturing company PCH.
- GeekWireCar2Go expanding to all of Seattle starting Tuesday, adding 250 more cars
Car-sharing service Car2go will expand to cover the entire city of Seattle starting on Tuesday, adding 250 more of its iconic “smart fortwo” vehicles to the streets - bringing the total to 750 vehicles as it broadens its reach to new areas including West and South Seattle.
- GeekWireA wireless love connection? T-Mobile and Dish Network could be a perfect match — or not
T-Mobile seems to be perpetually on the dating scene, looking to hook up with someone who can provide spectrum or cash - or both - to help the scrappy wireless carrier compete against the likes of AT&T and Verizon.
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Email issue revives old questions about Clintons
Hillary Rodham Clinton is facing a new set of questions about ethics and transparency -- the sort that have dogged her and husband Bill for decades.
Apple, Android browsers vulnerable to 'FREAK attack'
Millions of people may have been left vulnerable to hackers while surfing the web on Apple and Google devices, thanks to a newly discovered security flaw known as "FREAK attack."
5 things to know about Clinton's State Department emails
Hillary Rodham Clinton's use of a personal email account for State Department business has prompted questions about secrecy and the rules that govern the communications of senior government officials.
China plays down US concerns over anti-terror legislation
China played down U.S. concerns that proposed anti-terror legislation would give the Chinese government sweeping power to police electronic communications and marginalize foreign companies fighting for a share of China's $465 billion technology market, saying Tuesday that the law is purely designed to address domestic security issues.
FCC head defends Internet neutrality rules on the road
The head of the Federal Communications Commission is taking the defense of new Internet regulations on the road.
NASA investigating short circuit on Mars rover Curiosity
The Curiosity rover has temporarily stopped work on Mars while NASA engineers investigate a short circuit.
Visa, MasterCard moving into mobile pay in Africa
Americans may just be getting used to mobile pay, but consumers in many African countries have been paying with their phones for years. Now payment processors Visa and MasterCard want to get a slice of that market, and are launching card services aimed at Africa's growing mobile payment industry.
Waze map app to get Amber Alerts on child abductions
The Waze navigation app is getting Amber Alerts on child abductions.
WIRELESS SHOW HIGHLIGHTS: Eyes on Apple, BlackBerry
As a major wireless show continues this week in Barcelona, Spain, Apple is highlighting the capabilities of its iPhone cameras with a gallery of photos taken by its users around the world.
DNA study backs theory of massive steppe migration to Europe
A wave of migrants from the eastern fringes of Europe some 4,500 years ago left their trace in the DNA -- and possibly the languages -- of modern Europeans, according to a new study.
Lawyer: Phone hacking 'rife' at Britain's Mirror tabloids
Phone hacking was "rife" for years at tabloids owned by Britain's Trinity Mirror PLC, a lawyer for victims of illegal eavesdropping said Tuesday.
Republicans criticize Clinton's email practices
Potential Republican presidential candidates are wasting no time in questioning Hillary Rodham Clinton's use of a personal email account during her time as secretary of state, rather than a government-issued email address.
Bainbridge Island net maker uses knotless technology
A Bainbridge Island company that makes nets for trawl fishing fleets around the world hopes to introduce its technology to the purse seine industry.