New details emerged today of the super-secure, self-destructing phone that Boeing is developing for spies, the military and perhaps private companies.More
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Seattle’s Code.org has a fun present for the 27 million students who participated in its Hour of Code program in December.
Outrage over NSA spying on Americans is nothing compared to how people may react to the upcoming collision with wearable computing, medical privacy and new insurance rules.More
T-Mobile’s stock dipped today following a report that Sprint is thinking twice about buying the Bellevue-based carrier.More
Perhaps it’s time to look at the NSA spying scandal from another angle, now that we know the agency is tracking hundreds of millions of cellphones, slurping up 5 billion phone records a day.
Yes, it’s an outrage. But maybe it’s also an opportunity.More
You can tell it’s the silly season when the race for Seattle mayor veers into technology questions a few days before the election.More
Ten years after it opened, the Paul G. Allen Center for Computer Science & Engineering still has that new-building smell.More
Seattle should be the crossroads between the U.S. and Asia and encourage more Asian companies to establish U.S. headquarters in the area, according to Microsoft’s top lawyer.More
The state’s biggest tech association found a new boss in its backyard.
We’re in that special time of year when kids are trying to squeeze in the last bit of vacation before heading back to school.
I’m hoping that 17-year-old Kresten Thorndahl makes the most of it.