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Colorado Tech Weekly #48: Let’s Keep the Net Neutral and Colorado in Drive

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If you use the internet, create things for the internet or just giggle at Lolcats on the internet in Colorado there are some things going on at the state and federal level that you should be aware of. Andy Vuong’s TechKnowBytes post about Level 3 is a good place to start if you are concerned about what FCC director Tom Wheeler has proposed in regards to net neutrality (You should be concerned). Meanwhile the Denver Business Journal article about telecom reform is great news for the expanse of high-speed internet in Colorado. Happy Monday!

Top Colorado Technology News

  • Douglas County-based Dish Network to start streaming video service by early 2015; Ergen reveals plans [DBJ]
  • Telecom reform, ride-sharing app rules emerge from Colorado Legislature [DBJ]
  • University of Denver to break ground on $41M STEM facility [DBJ]
  • Denver-based Peak gets another $4 million for its innovative approach to cloud technology [BuiltInColorado]
  • What 5 Startup Crawl host companies have up their sleeves for Boulder Startup Week [BuiltInColorado]
  • Scaling SendGrid: Interview With Jim Franklin [BuiltInColorado]
  • Broomfield’s Level 3 accuses five U.S. ISPs of throttling traffic [TechKnowBytes]
  • Loveland-based Aleph Objects releases LulzBot TAZ 4, the company’s most robust and capable 3D printer [InnovatioNews]
  • Boulder’s Orbotix Raises $15.5 M to Develop Next Generation of Toys [Xconomy]
  • A review of the Energy & Tech Mashup at Galvanize in Denver: Novel format designed for momentum [BuiltInColorado]

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