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 July 17, 2022.
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Smart travelers have all sorts of tips and tricks for saving time and effort at the airport. … Read More
Plans for a Seattle art exhibition that would have showcased work by employees of Amazon and Microsoft have been called off after backlash from members of the city’s arts community and others on social media. … Read More
Flyhomes is the latest tech startup to cut jobs. … Read More
Seattle-area data engineer Chris Sembroski got his first taste of space last year during an orbital trip in SpaceX’s Crew Dragon capsule, but now he’s got a full-time job in the space industry — as an avionics engineer at Blue Origin. … Read More
The news: Strac, a software startup building tech that plugs into a company’s website or mobile app to secure sensitive customer data, raised $3.5 million. … Read More
Rad Power Bikes is laying off 63 employees, citing an effort to be a more “self-sustaining business” amid the broader economic downturn. The Seattle-based e-bike company confirmed the cuts to GeekWire on Thursday. … Read More
Amazon announced a deal to acquire publicly traded primary care company One Medical for $3.9 billion, further fueling the Seattle-based tech giant’s ambitions in healthcare. … Read More
Microsoft is pulling open job roles as tech companies slow hiring in response to economic uncertainty. … Read More
Earlier this year, Washington state followed in California’s footsteps and outlawed most non-disclosure and non-disparagement agreements, which had become standard fare at many tech companies. … Read More
T-Mobile agreed Friday to pay $350 million to settle class-action lawsuits brought over an August 2021 cyberattack in which a hacker infiltrated its computer systems to steal sensitive data relating to millions of customers. … Read More