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GeekWire 10/14/2019 08:33
Mixer has lost both of its co-founders as the Microsoft-owned streaming service looks to mount a challenge to the incumbent power in the market: Amazon’s Twitch. Matt Salsamendi, who co-founded the streaming service originally known as Beam at the age of 18, tweeted about his departure late last week. He wrote that the first seeds for Mixer were planted when he was 13, and now he is ready to pursue a new idea. It involves lasers and EDM shows. After 5 incredible years, tomorrow will be my last day at Mixer. A bit about the story of Beam and what's…
GeekWire 10/13/2019 11:00
Like most things related to technology, Guillaume Wiatr’s work and style is evolving. At the 2019 GeekWire Summit, that evolution was once again on full display as the visual strategist returned to capture highlights throughout the conference. Wiatr, the founder of the presentation coaching company Metahelm, has been bringing his “graphic facilitation” skills to the Summit for five years. And as his process has shifted from markers and giant poster boards to an iPad and a graphics editing app, Wiatr has also noticed a change in Summit participants. “Overall, I hear more maturity,” said Wiatr, whose job is to listen…
GeekWire 10/13/2019 02:14
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates met with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein multiple times starting in 2011, The New York Times reported, revealing a closer connection between the two billionaires than previously known. Gates told The Wall Street Journal last month that he “didn’t have any business relationship or friendship” with Epstein, who committed suicide in prison in August while facing charges of sex trafficking of minors. That came after reports of a purported connection between Gates and Epstein to provide funding to a prominent MIT research program. According to the new details via The NYT, Gates reportedly visited Epstein’s Manhattan…
GeekWire 10/12/2019 15:30
Slalom Build‘s Ian Cook grew up in a house that his family built in Kenai, Alaska, population 7,800. There was no indoor plumbing until he reached fourth grade and no electric heat for many years. There was electricity and a bus came not too far from the homestead to take him to school. “I spent my formative years hauling wood in wagons and pumping water,” Cook said. “That certainly had a motivating factor for me in progressing my career.” Another motivator was his dad’s unlikely passion for computers and coding, living in the wilds of Alaska in the early 1980s.…
GeekWire 10/12/2019 12:23
Armoire is expanding its physical footprint with a new popup location east of Seattle in Kirkland, Wash. The Seattle-based women’s clothing rental service this week opened a 1,000 square-foot brick-and-mortar shop at Carillon Point. It serves as a place for members to learn about new clothes and styles, and compliments its online experience. “We have many members on the Eastside and we’re excited to bring Armoire to them,” Armoire CEO Ambika Singh said. “Carillon Point is a beautiful and convenient location for many of our members, and for those living on the Eastside who are curious about Armoire.” View this…
GeekWire 10/12/2019 11:49
Singapore-based investor ST Telemedia has agreed to take a majority stake in 2nd Watch, a 9-year-old Seattle cloud services startup. Founded in 2010, 2nd Watch helps companies migrate to the cloud and run related services. It is a AWS Premier Consulting Partner and a Microsoft Azure Gold Partner. Customers include Crate & Barrel; Coca-Cola; Yamaha; The Hearst Corporation; and more. 2nd Watch claims more than 400 enterprise workloads under management, and more than 200,000 instances in its managed public cloud. Some of the company’s rivals include Accenture, Cloudreach, Cognizant, and others in a public cloud services market expected to reach…
GeekWire 10/11/2019 21:44
NASA confirmed today that Boeing is scheduled to conduct the next high-profile test of its CST-100 Starliner space capsule in a little more than three weeks. The target data for Starliner’s pad abort test is set for Nov. 4 at White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico, NASA said in a blog update. That’s in line with the plan that Boeing executive John Mulholland laid out earlier this week at a New Mexico space symposium. If next month’s test is successful, Boeing would target Dec. 17 for the launch of an uncrewed Starliner to the International Space Station from Cape…
GeekWire 10/11/2019 18:54
It was a rough Wall Street debut for Vir Biotechnology, a San Francisco company with ambitious plans to battle infectious diseases. After raising $143 million in an initial public offering on Thursday, shares of the company fell nearly 25 percent on its first day as a publicly-traded company. The 3-year-old startup is backed by Arch Venture Partners and SoftBank as well as the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. The IPO price of $20 per share price was at the low end of what the company hoped to raise, marking the second disappointment for biotech IPOs this week. German cancer company…
GeekWire 10/11/2019 18:20
One month after President Donald Trump’s 2017 inauguration, a Seattle startup called Boundless exited stealth mode and announced it would develop technology tools to make the immigration system more navigable. In the two years that followed, Boundless rolled out products that help immigrants apply for green cards and citizenship, while publishing a steady stream of content to demystify the process. At the same time, Trump introduced policies that limit legal and illegal immigration. On Friday, the agendas of Boundless and the Trump administration collided with federal court decisions in a complex turn of events that reflects the uncertainty immigrants in…
GeekWire 10/11/2019 17:00
— The ability to travel through the stars is something that we all dream of, but in reality, becoming one of those people is very, very hard. But you can still take part in the space program by participating in a number of programs and projects here on the ground. A special chance to put your talents to use for NASA is the NASA International Space Apps Challenge Hackathon, which takes place Oct. 18-20 at the SURF Incubator. During the weekend, space-lovers can work on both software and hardware projects that may contribute to NASA’s mission in the future. —…
GeekWire 10/11/2019 15:30
As Anne Galyean set a course to move up through the ranks of a science career, another path sent her down — as in downhill — as she took on a career as a professional mountain bike racer. Today Galyean is a staff scientist at Intertox Inc., a Seattle-based scientific consulting firm that assesses the risks posed to public health by chemical and biological agents. And while she no longer races, our latest Geek of the Week is still a pro ambassador heavily involved in the mountain bike scene. After a B.S. in chemistry from the University of Richmond, Galyean…
GeekWire 10/11/2019 13:58
— Former NFL receiver Doug Baldwin is now a senior advisor of product concepts at Intellectual Ventures, the Bellevue, Wash.-based invention and investment lab. “As a kid, I grew up playing with legos… I would create whatever I wanted to create. And Intellectual Ventures gives me the ability to do that again,” Baldwin said during an interview at the 2019 GeekWire Summit. Baldwin officially ended his 8-year career with the Seattle Seahawks earlier this year. We’re lucky to have @DougBaldwinJr join our team and bring his passion to help people and knowledge of emerging tech to push innovation forward and…
GeekWire 10/11/2019 13:27
The Federal Trade Commission is ramping up its investigations into Big Tech, and one of the agency’s toughest enforcers visited Amazon’s backyard to discuss the state of competition in the industry with me this week. FTC Commissioner Rohit Chopra spoke at the GeekWire Summit in Seattle on Tuesday in a wide-ranging interview that covered antitrust law, the investment landscape in tech, and lessons learned from his background regulating the financial sector. The interview — available as a video and edited Q&A below — provides a glimpse into how one of the enforcers charged with reining in the tech industry is…
GeekWire 10/11/2019 13:20
Harold Ryan has had a long career in the video game industry. His first job was as a tester for the 1996 Windows game Hellbender. From there, he worked his way up to eventually become the CEO of Bungie, the development studio behind the hit Halo and Destiny franchises. Ryan stepped down as Bungie’s CEO in early 2016, after a 16-year run that saw it develop from the weird little indie video game company that made Marathon games for the Macintosh to a major global independent production studio. In late 2016, Ryan went on to found a new company called…
GeekWire 10/11/2019 13:00
Stratolaunch, the company that was founded by the late Seattle billionaire Paul Allen in 2011 to build a flying launch pad for rockets, says it’s under new ownership. The company reported the handover on Twitter and its website, without saying who the new owner is. But in the absence of other information, Northrop Grumman is the likeliest candidate. Here’s Stratolaunch’s statement: “Stratolaunch LLC has transitioned ownership and is continuing regular operations. Our near-term launch vehicle development strategy focuses on providing customizable, reusable, and affordable rocket-powered testbed vehicles and associated flight services. As we continue on our mission, Stratolaunch will bring…
GeekWire 10/11/2019 11:45
Medical device startup Cadence Neuroscience raised $15 million to develop a therapy for the treatment of epilepsy. The Series A round was led by Jazz Venture Partners, and the company also received support from Mayo Clinic and grants from the Epilepsy Foundation. Between 70 to 80 percent of people with epilepsy can control their seizures with the help of drugs. The remainder may have surgery to remove part of the brain or to install a device that helps to control the nervous system. The FDA has approved three devices to help control seizures, which are made by LivaNova, Medtronic and…
GeekWire 10/11/2019 11:45
A few years ago Amazon was putting the finishing touches on two important pieces of hardware that came out within just a few months of each other: The Fire Phone and the Echo smart speaker. In hindsight, we know Echo has been a hit for Amazon, giving the company an early lead in voice assistants, while the Fire Phone was one of the biggest flops in company history. In the lead up to their respective unveilings — Fire Phone in June 2014 and Echo five months later in November — both projects had detractors and supporters, said Dave Limp, Amazon’s…

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