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GeekWire is an independent technology news site and online community based in Seattle, Wash. — covering the people, companies and innovations emerging from the Pacific Northwest and impacting the world. Founders John Cook and Todd Bishop bring their popular website to radio life weekends on KIRO Radio.

Latest news from GeekWire

It’s official: Seattle drivers really are terrible, study confirms

Between traffic and new construction, Seattle can feel like an obstacle course.

Super Bowl fans use a record 10TB of data on Levi’s Stadium WiFi network, up 63% from 2015

Embed from Getty Images Turns out that the 400 miles of data cable, 12,000 network ports, 1,300 WiFi access points, 1,200 Bluetooth beacons, and 40 Gb/s of available bandwidth at Levi’s Stadium did a good job of helping fans stay connected at Super Bowl 50 on Sunday.

Why this 9-year-old visited Amazon’s secret drone facility, and delivered a package to Jeff Bezos

A few days before the New Year, a 9-year-old boy named Evan was granted a wish: to fly from his hometown of Charlotte, N.C., to visit with Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos in Seattle.

This Seahawks star was obsessed with Pokemon as a kid and still plays today

We have more confirmation that Richard Sherman is a bonafide geek.

Tech Moves: UIEvolution CEO replaced by founder; Concur president named to Twilio board; and more

? UIEvolution confirmed with GeekWire today that founder Satoshi Nakajima has returned to the company’s executive team and is replacing Chris Ruff as CEO.

Amazon to compete with Fedex, UPS and Alibaba with secret ‘Dragon Boat’ plan, report says

Despite Amazon’s dismissal of the speculation that the company plans to compete directly with UPS and Fedex, Bloomberg says it has seen documents that show the Web retailer plans to do exactly that.

Zillow lights up Seattle HQ and waterfront Great Wheel to celebrate 10-year anniversary

Zillow's celebration of its 10-year anniversary kicked off with dramatic lightings of its headquarters building and the Great Wheel which spins below.