It’s not often that the physical manifestation of an app or Web service appears on the curb in front of your house. But that’s how I look at the funny little Car2Go vehicles that have appeared on the streets of Seattle, a service that I’ve been testing for several months.
Samsung has packed its new flagship phone with a dizzying array of unique features. But even with the gee-whiz features aside, the S4 is a remarkable phone.
Like an aeronautical version of Steve Jobs, Boeing designer Robert Kiliz was a gifted perfectionist with strong opinions on how do to things right, and little patience for those who didn’t.
Sources say hundreds of well-paying jobs at the Belleveue headquarters are being cut this month, but the company won’t acknowledge a thing.
After all the talk about the need for more tech workers to fuel the industry’s growth, perhaps it’s time to look at what’s being done to hang on to employees who are already in place, helping their companies continue growing.
Several startup founders told me it’s not easy to find top talent and that recruiting can take some creativity. But they are finding enough skilled workers to keep growing.
One of the most intriguing new phones being unveiled at this week's big wireless show in Barcelona, Spain, may be a sleek new Windows model developed in Redmond — and it's not coming from Microsoft.
If you'd like a glimpse of what digital entertainment may look like in a decade or two, finagle your way into the Bellevue offices of acclaimed game studio Bungie, which has spent more than four years creating "Destiny" — a massive new entertainment franchise that's expected to go on sale later this year.