Get caught up on the latest technology and startup news from the past week. Here are the most popular stories on GeekWire for the week of March 20, 2022.
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Al Michaels, the longtime NFL play-by-play broadcaster, is Amazon’s pick to call “Thursday Night Football” games streaming on Prime Video this season, according to the New York Post. … Read More
ORLAND, Calif. – Looking north into the night sky during a visit to my hometown last year, I was momentarily stunned by a line of lights moving steadily from west to east, noticeably brighter than the stars. … Read More
The State of Ohio really wants Seattleites to move to the Buckeye state – even the tech bros. … Read More
During a more than 30-year professional photojournalism career, John Moore has documented the struggles of people across 70 countries on six continents. … Read More
MacKenzie Scott has gifted $ 436 million to Habitat for Humanity in the largest publicly disclosed donation since the billionaire Seattle philanthropist and author pledged to give away the majority of her vast wealth. … Read More
The soon-to-be spaceflier who’ll replace “Saturday Night Live” comedian Pete Davidson on the crew for next week’s launch of Blue Origin’s New Shepard suborbital spaceship already knows what it’s like to get ready for liftoff. … Read More
Tomo, a startup founded by former Zillow execs that aims to speed up the mortgage approval process, raised a $ 40 million Series A round at a $ 640 million valuation, doubling the company’s value after it raised a $ 70 million seed round last year. … Read More
A study led by the University of Washington researchers showscases a new way to generate potential drugs using computational design. … Read More
New estimates from the US Census Bureau show the population of King County, Wash., Home to the tech hubs of Seattle and Bellevue, declining by more than 20,000 people between July 2020 and July 2021.… Read More
Amazon is converting warehouse space in Slovakia, previously used to fulfill customer orders, into a massive humanitarian aid hub to get much-needed supplies to refugees fleeing the war in neighboring Ukraine, the company announced Tuesday. … Read More