Get caught up on the newest know-how and startup information from the previous week. Listed below are the preferred tales on GeekWire for the week of Sept. 6, 2020.
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Seattle-based retailer Archie McPhee‘s slogan, “we make weird,” often applies to the merchandise they promote, similar to mac & cheese-flavored sweet canes or their internet-famous horse head masks. … Read More
On-line journey web site Reserving.com is closing its Bellevue, Wash., workplace. … Read More
Up to date under with particulars from interview with Chef CEO Barry Crist. … Read More
Amazon is opening its second Amazon Go Grocery retailer Wednesday, this one in Redmond, Wash., bringing its bigger cashierless retailer format to the Seattle suburbs and the doorstep of Microsoft’s headquarters. … Read More
New language in Slack’s quarterly regulatory submitting warns buyers that Microsoft may retaliate in opposition to the office collaboration firm over its antitrust criticism in opposition to the tech big. … Read More
Keep inside, Seattleites. That’s been the recommendation from climate specialists this week as historic wildfires unfold up and down the west coast, inflicting smoke to fill the sky. … Read More
Most cancers detection startup Grail at present filed to go public because the Silicon Valley biotech goals to boost extra funding for its blood check. … Read More
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin house enterprise turned 20 years previous this week — and though the privately held firm hasn’t but put folks into house, or put a rocket into orbit, it has spawned a brand new era of house startups. … Read More
A late-night leak pressured Microsoft to formally disclose a few of its plans for the launch of the Xbox Collection X on Tuesday. … Read More
Detailed genetic analyses of the strains of virus that trigger COVID-19 recommend that the outbreak took maintain in Washington state in late January or early February, however went undetected for weeks. … Read More