Host Gabriel Granillo and editor in chief Marty Patail discuss the popular language learning app—and whether it's possible to harness tech to connect with th...
From night vision cameras to satellites to the humble iPhone, a look behind the scenes
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With the coronavirus’s disproportionate effect on the Latinx community and communities of color, language access and medical interpretation are more importan...
Grubhub and Postmates have been accused of charging restaurants more than the 10 percent commission fee allowed by the new city ordinance.
Katherine Chew Hamilton
Portland’s tech scene is steadily growing and morphing, ushering in economic, cultural, and physical change to our city as it does.
Fiona McCann and Marty Patail
A researcher made an app to protect his wife from skin cancer. Now, OHSU is using it as a weapon in its ‘War on Melanoma.’
Eighties-themed costume bashes and rock and roll blowouts to Latina art exhibits: let loose and feel good about yourself doing it.
Indie developer Panic's new Playdate console looks like a yellow box of joy—and it's already a source of controversy.
Size activist Rebecca Alexander—of plus size review app AllGo—selects three of her locally made favorites.
Coinbase wants to be the bank of the future.
As Portlanders, our relationship with San Francisco is ... complicated.
In Live Work Work Work Die, Corey Pein digs up sobering stuff. If you're connected (and aren't we all?), be concerned.
Zach Dundas and Marty Patail
Autodesk’s new Portland HQ is something to behold.
XXcelerate Fund is the incubator we need.
Once homeless, Tyrone Poole now runs a start-up that connects would-be renters with real choices.
AllGo users review restaurants, theaters, gyms, and airlines for comfort and accessibility.
Presenters include journalist Ann Curry, police chief Danielle Outlaw, the Oregon Symphony, and, potentially, you.
Why is all of your personal data vulnerable? For the lowdown on microprocessors, let's talk about pickles.
Kinder, cooler, and smarter: 'zebra' companies take on Silicon Valley’s 'unicorns.'