Week in Review: Most popular stories on GeekWire for the week of July 26, 2020

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 July 26, 2020.

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Most popular stories on GeekWire

Seated in front of the world (virtually) during a House Judiciary Committee antitrust hearing, the CEOs of the richest technology companies on the planet offered a window into their “offices” on Wednesday. … Read More

For the first time, Microsoft has successfully powered a row of data center servers using hydrogen fuel cells for 48 hours, a milestone the company is marking because of its potential to reduce reliance on fossil-fuel consuming generators. … Read More

MacKenzie Bezos, former wife of Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, listed 116 non-profit organizations that will receive funding as part of her pledge to give away the majority of her wealth, and said she is changing her name back to MacKenzie Scott. … Read More

The NBA returned to action on Thursday and brought along virtual fans in an experience powered by Microsoft Teams. … Read More

Porch, a real estate technology venture and home improvement marketplace that has spent four years quietly renovating its own business, plans to become publicly traded through a merger that values the Seattle company at $523 million. … Read More

Zillow Group introduced a new policy on Wednesday allowing about 90% of its employees the option of working from home, at least some of the time, indefinitely. … Read More

Courtside seats at a Lakers game used to be such a prestigious thing. … Read More

Don’t expect Amazon to roll out a social media platform anytime soon. … Read More

[Update, Saturday, 2:50 p.m. Pacific: The Wall Street Journal reported that negotiations between ByteDance and Microsoft are on hold following the president’s comments Friday evening opposing the deal.] Welcome to the Social!  That was the motto for the online community that Microsoft aspired to create around its Zune music player nearly 15 years ago. … Read More

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