Two business reporters at the Seattle Post-Intelligencer have left the paper to start a new technology site backed by the Puget Sound Business Journal.
An earlier version of this story had the incorrect day the Seattle Post-Intelligencer reported on this suit. It was Thursday.
The Seattle PI calculates the fiscal 2011 sales that Microsoft took in from Windows Mobile and Windows Phone 7 at no more than "a mere" $613 million.
A former Microsoft employee has been charged with passing on Microsoft trade secrets involving Windows 8.
Lloyd's List, which was founded in 1734, says declining interest in the shipping newspaper's print edition led to the decision.
Microsoft's entertainment unit boss visited a high school and sat down with Seattle-area reporters on Friday, fielding questions on several hot topics.
Seattle resident gets 51 months in prison in what prosecutors call the first federal case against someone using file-sharing software to steal identities.
A new tech site from former Seattle P-I reporter Todd Bishop has the scoop on BGC3, Gates' latest endeavor. Its trademark application covers "think tank services."
The software maker buys the Seattle-based travel search engine, which helps predict which way air fares are headed. It's mum on just how it plans to use the service.
There's no longer a need to ever separate from your phone, even when getting jiggy on the dance floor. The kids still say "jiggy," right?