Week in Review: Most popular stories on GeekWire for the week of March 17, 2019

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

With its Elasticsearch distribution, Amazon Web Services sends more shockwaves through open-source software

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

Google will open new Seattle campus this summer, just across the street from Amazon’s headquarters

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

Jeff Bezos generates new rounds of buzz at Amazon’s mysterious MARS conference

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

My, oh magenta! T-Mobile customers will see extra perks at Seattle’s newly renamed baseball stadium

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

Quantum computing is coming: Here’s why Seattle needs to get our computer science workforce ready

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

Game over for game consoles? Google leaves key question of price unanswered in Stadia unveiling

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

A console in the cloud: Google unveils ‘Stadia’ streaming service, looks to shake up video games

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

Seattle is second toughest housing market in the U.S. for first-time buyers, Zillow reports

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

Jeff Bezos puts that robotic dragonfly at center stage in video clip from Amazon’s MARS conference

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

After heated Reddit AMA, Providence Health digital unit confirms layoffs and addresses claims of sexist culture

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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