On June 13, at its E3 press conference this year, Microsoft announced the launch of new Xbox hardware, a litany of news on a handful of exclusive franchises and sequels — Gears of War 4, ReCore, Forza Horizon 3 — and more, amid a fever pitch of buzz leading up to announcement.
Chris Lee is our first candidate for the 2016 Asian Technology and Innovation 40 and Under award category.
By Chris Kenji Beer Northwest Asian Weekly In the last piece from this series, you read how entrepreneur Naveen Jain came from a humble upbringing in India to become one of the captains of the tech industry in the region. Weihua “Wayne” Zhang’s career takes a different path from Jain’s. Zhang is Northwest Asian Weekly’s […]
Naveen Jain is among the most energetic and passionate minds in this region. Outside of California, he is one of a handful of billionaires of Asian descent.
By Taylor Soper Geekwire.com Having worked at Microsoft for seven years on projects like Bing and fraud management, Ravi Ramineni understands how to extract relevant information from massive datasets. He also happens to be a huge soccer fan and spent much of his down time away from Redmond analyzing soccer-related data and analytics on his blog AnalyseFootball. So it makes sense […]
Microsoft announced on Feb. 4 that Satya Nadella is the company’s new CEO. Nadella, who was born in Hyderabad, India, has been with Microsoft for 22 years. He previously held the position of executive vice president of Microsoft’s Cloud and Enterprise group.
“Working with Robert Khoo is almost entirely painless.” — Jerry ‘Tycho’ Holkins By Sue Misao Northwest Asian Weekly
By Nina Huang Northwest Asian Weekly Recipient of GeekWire’s “Do-Gooder of the Year” award for 2013, Edward Jiang, 22, is ready to do even better things in 2014 with his tech education nonprofit organization, StudentRND.
By Nina Huang Northwest Asian Weekly Facebook recently announced that it was losing its popularity among teenagers. Could the new social discovery app Anomo be one of the reasons why?
By James Tabafunda Northwest Asian Weekly Eating out at a discount has become even easier, thanks to cell phone technology. A free premium offer service called Pirq will launch in the Seattle area in mid-July, according to a June 7 announcement. It will give consumers discounts ranging from 20 to 50 percent off at such […]