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The keycard you use to enter your office or apartment building may soon be replaced by an app on your smartphone. The new technology, dubbed Vambrace and developed by a Redmond technology development firm called Posh...
How many times have you been shopping online and wanted to ask a question about something you’re about to buy? The usual options — if there are any at all — are reviews from previous buyers (sometimes...
Earlier this year, butane explosions caused $100,000  in damage to an apartment in Kirkland and lifted a house off its foundation in south Seattle. They were two of many accidents caused by the dangerous gas now widely...
A hand-me-down guidebook may lead travelers to a shuttered storefront. Hashtags may hint that something is #delicious but don’t necessarily provide directions or answer questions. Enter social travel guide Trover. It...
It affects the foods we eat, the politicians we vote for and the roads we drive on. It has changed the amount of legroom we’re allowed on airplanes and the speed at which life-saving medicines are invented. It’s...