- The Mercury News: Stuck At Home? Take These Virtual Tours Of San Jose Attractions April 22, 2020 - We’re into week two of the shelter-in-place order in the Bay Area, and you might feel like the walls are closing in. While we can get outdoors for exercise —… Read More
- GeekWire: Citing Coronavirus Disruptions, PhishCloud Offers Year Of Free Service To Prevent Phishing Scams April 17, 2020 - Phishing scams have evolved well beyond the “Nigerian prince” email ruse that for more than two decades has duped people into wiring cash abroad. Phishing solicitations trick unsuspecting recipients into… Read More
- Seattle Times: Tech’s Softer Side: Gadgets That Bring Connection And Comfort In A Chaotic Time April 17, 2020 - During the best of times, many of us feel a need to slow down, calm down and reconnect with our loved ones. These days, with the coronavirus keeping us confined… Read More
- GeekWire: Seattle Startup Glow Organizes ‘Podapalooza,’ A Virtual Podcast Festival, As A COVID-19 Benefit April 17, 2020 - If you’ve been stuck at home consuming all manner of media during the COVID-19 pandemic, add a virtual podcast festival to your list of what to listen to next. Podapalooza is… Read More
- Seattle Times: As 3D Printing Of Protective Gear Ramps Up, A Free Mask Designed In Seattle Is The First Of Its Kind To Get Federal Approval April 17, 2020 - Onetime Microsoft executive Jonathan Roberts knows that not all 3D-printed personal protective equipment being produced for the nation’s coronavirus response is created equal. The past few weeks have thrust 3D printing technology… Read More
- Built in Seattle: How Seattle Tech Companies Are Supporting Their Communities April 17, 2020 - In a world where lockdowns and shelter-in-place orders restrict physical movement, digital technology is filling the void to keep households connected, supplied, entertained and informed. But amid the increased demand… Read More
- Built in Seattle: Avanade Is Donating Computers To Help Families In Need Stay Connected April 17, 2020 - A significant percentage of underserved and low-income families across America don’t have access to a computer or are limited to one computer per household. This limits access to plenty of online resources,… Read More
- Built in Seattle: How One Seattle Tech Company Is Coming Together Right Now April 17, 2020 - The coronavirus pandemic has upended the lives of people all across Seattle, and those who are fortunate enough to still be working are adjusting to a new normal. The home… Read More
- 425 Business: Former Microsoft Exec Launches Revolutionary Coding Bootcamp April 17, 2020 - Former Microsoft digital learning executive Ludovic Fourrage is looking to revolutionize how people achieve rewarding careers in software development with a new Bellevue startup called Nucamp, which officially launched Thursday, March… Read More
- Built in LA: How To Build A Meaningful Network As A Minority In Tech April 16, 2020 - “The key to building meaningful relationships is to be your most authentic self,” Lauryn Nwankpa, head of social impact at Dave Inc., said. “Doing so requires being vulnerable, which can be… Read More
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