Technology

Sub Pop's Bruce Pavitt has a new app that puts anyone in the producer's seat

Seattle’s Stacey Mastrian sang at Carnegie Hall, the Vatican, and for GroupMuse, on a Queen Anne porch

Two websites that curate alternative shows create community and revenue for musicians

Virtual reality offers a different way to see the world. Seattle companies are jumping on board—and believe it will change the way we live

No lines! No waiting! No human interaction!

The possibility that robots might one day run our lives has long been a fantasy and a fear.

The best tech-related events, and an interview with hilarious novelist Maria Semple

There's no shortage of tech innovation in Seattle, but one new “start-up” is cloaked as something different: a fashion collection.

A half-century ago, in the Marlboro Man’s heyday, nearly half of American adults smoked.

For more than 40 years, the Seattle Independent Film Festival (SIFF) has introduced its patrons to up-and-coming talent and films not seen anywhere else in town.

Bellevue-based Pebblebee made a name for itself last year with the Honey ($24.99 at pebblebee.com), a small Bluetooth “key finder” device designed to help users keep track of oft-misplaced hou