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seattle post-intelligencer


Ex Microsoft staffer arrested for allegedly stealing Win 8 trade secrets

A former Microsoft employee has been charged with passing on Microsoft trade secrets involving Windows 8.

By March 19, 2014


World's oldest newspaper to end print edition, go digital only

Lloyd's List, which was founded in 1734, says declining interest in the shipping newspaper's print edition led to the decision.

By September 25, 2013


iPhone-carrying bra is no bust

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?

By April 29, 2012


Report: Windows Phone 7 revenue an 'abysmal' $613 million

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.

By August 1, 2011


Third-party blamed for Windows Phone 7 phantom data use

A problem that had some Windows Phone 7 devices slurping up an unusually high volume of data has been identified, according to Microsoft.

By January 19, 2011


Seattle business reporters to launch new site

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.

By September 16, 2008


Plurk holding Microsoft's feet to code-copying fire

A microblogging site whose code was copied for use on MSN China indicates that Microsoft's apology isn't sufficient to settle the matter.

By December 17, 2009


First Microsoft retail stores to open this fall

Some will be near Apple locations, Microsoft confirms. CNET News' Ina Fried reports that a few stores will open this year, with more coming in 2010.

By July 15, 2009


Microsoft suit alleges ex-worker stole trade secrets

An earlier version of this story had the incorrect day the Seattle Post-Intelligencer reported on this suit. It was Thursday.

By January 30, 2009


Podcast: Some European journalists skeptical of blogging

At an international technology conference on Malta, CNET's Tom Merritt and CBS News' Larry Magid found some journalists who were a bit skeptical of blogging.

By April 18, 2009