Bellevue startup Nomad Technologies, started by a recent WSU grad, hires students, commuters and eventgoers as “nomads” to carry iPads on their backpacks displaying advertising.
Kirkland-based Zunum Aero aims to have its first hybrid-electric commuter airplane in flight tests within two years, though many technological details remain to be worked...
Tech Spotlight: Arcimoto says it’s on track to deliver its first vehicles — with seats for a driver and one passenger, three wheels and motorcycle...
Seattle startup Tomorrow Ideas has launched an app that lets users draw up a will, set up a living trust and buy life insurance through...
Tech Spotlight: Gerald McMorrow and Russell Garrison started VerAvanti with patents from the University of Washington for a camera that goes inside blood vessels.
Two salespeople who had been competitors for years linked up to form Seattle-based PartnerTap, which helps salespeople share contacts with partner vendors.
Amplero’s software, relying on algorithms designed to detect patterns in data, aims to thread through companies’ existing sales and marketing tools, running small experiments to...
Tech Spotlight: The Seattle startup wants to put the power to start and run a video-gaming tournament in the hands of gamers.
The Seattle startup helps registered nurses, nurse practitioners and physician assistants in Washington state find jobs at health care organizations.
Blokable’s aim is to create more affordable housing by manufacturing move-in-ready units as an alternative to customized homes.
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