The government is in your social media. Get an abert squirrel shirt for supporting Black Forest Fire victims. Dish misses out on Sprint. CTA promotes entreprenuership. Colorado IT gals rock. I learn some cloud computing. Apple brings iOS7. Microsoft brings the games. Sony pulls no punches. Warp speed may be possible, or may be a broken link.
This is my first of what I hope will be many posts about technology news with a Colorado focus. I will attempt to pick 10 news articles for the week that best reflect Colorado tech news.
Colorado’s own Senator Udall speaks up against government metadata surveillance
Indiegogo project set up to support Black Forest Fire victims
Sprint rejects proposal from Colorado’s Dish Network
CTA announces fellowship for Founding Institute
Congratulations to KidsTek Scholarship Winner, Essense Benson
My head ends up in the clouds thanks to CTA event
Apple unveils iOS 7 for iPhones and iPads
Sony and Microsoft battle for gamers at E3
Warp speed may be possible
Tech companies release some government surveillance info
6/17 – CO IGDA – This is your Brain on Game Development
6/18 – CTA GigaOM Webinar: Choosing Service and Management Levels in the Cloud
6/20 – CTA CIO of the year Award Luncheon
6/20 – CTA Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year Awards Gala
6/21 – CTA Cloud Strategy, First Steps, Next Steps
Thank you for reading!
If you’re still reading at this point, I admire your intelligence. If know of any other good news stories or sources about tech in Colorado, please let me know!
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