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 17, 2019.

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Most popular stories on GeekWire

Nobody really knows what lies ahead for the future of open-source software as cloud computing becomes the dominant force in enterprise tech, but the times are definitely changing. … Read More

The Seattle neighborhood populated by thousands of Amazonians everyday will soon see a major influx of Googlers. … Read More

Lindy Elkins-Tanton, Dava Newman and Jeff Bezos

Which is more viral, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos getting buzzed by a robotic dragonfly, or Bezos buzzing in Lift Aircraft’s Hexa passenger drone? … Read More

T-Mobile Park

The Seattle Mariners like to say that their fans are “True to the Blue,” but the new look and some of the amenities at T-Mobile Park, the team’s newly named hometown stadium, could lead people’s allegiances to take on a magenta hue. … Read More

Editor’s note: Tom Alberg is a co-founder and managing director at Seattle-based venture capital firm Madrona Venture Group. … Read More

Google’s new game platform, Stadia, promises to eliminate the need to buy a console by making games playable through streaming to any device, be it PC, TV, phone or tablet. … Read More

Google unveiled a new gaming streaming service called Stadia on Tuesday morning, looking to shake up the video game world by leveraging its experience in cloud technology, and posing a new threat to its fellow tech giants that operate the dominant gaming platforms. … Read More

Seattle housing

The days are warming up, but will Seattle’s housing market recapture its status as the nation’s hottest? … Read More

Jeff Bezos and robo-dragonfly

Find someone who looks at you the way Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos looks at the robotic dragonfly that’s buzzing around his head at this week’s MARS conference. … Read More

The head of Providence St. Joseph Health’s digital innovation group, Aaron Martin, invited Reddit users on Friday to “Ask Me Anything” — and they didn’t hold back. … Read More



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