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 11, 2018.
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Most popular stories on GeekWire
With over 130,000 employees, Airbus uses a lot of office productivity software. … Read More
RELATED: Inside Facebook’s newest office building with one of its first Seattle employees Facebook debuted a new office building in Seattle with room for another 900 people today, less than two years after opening a new 2,000-person engineering center nearby — the latest sign of the massive growth by Silicon Valley tech giants in the city. … Read More
The International is headed to Canada for the first time ever. … Read More
Drake helped create a moment of game streaming history on Wednesday night. … Read More
After nine years of building a robust cloud services business with thousands of customers, Geeman Yip was ready to raise venture capital. … Read More
If your business is built around servicing software developers who know exactly what state-of-the-art tools should be capable of doing, at a certain point it’s time to bite the bullet and modernize your infrastructure. … Read More
After meetings with Ireland’s prime minister and the American Petroleum Institute, President Trump on Thursday will sit down with Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates. … Read More
Commentary: Reports suggesting that Toys R Us and its 800 remaining stores may not be long for this retail world arrived for many this weekend like a Lego stuck to the bottom of a bare foot. … Read More
The same day news of cryptocurrency scammers making off with more than $2 million surfaced, John Oliver dedicated most of his show to cautioning viewers about the alluring new market, which ” is essentially the wild west and ripe for exploitation,” according to the comedian. … Read More
Update: One day after this story published, Washington State University and Phytelligence issued their own public statements. One of the world’s most highly-anticipated apple varieties is at the core of an unusual legal dispute between Washington State University and one of its own spinoff companies. … Read More