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Colorado Tech Weekly #56: Anything that can happen in tech is happening in Colorado

Colorado Tech Weekly Binary FlagColorado Tech Weekly brings you the top 10  technology stories of the past week and the best upcoming local tech events every Monday morning!

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When I write these posts, I usually create the list of headlines first, then I look for a theme or something that stands out so I can ramble before the headlines. Today I stared at my headlines… and stared… and stared. I could not come up with a theme! Then I realized that IS my theme!

If it has to do with creating, moving, studying or making money off of ones and zeros, it’s happening here in Colorado. Hardware? Yep. Devices? Definitely. Services? You know it. Networking? Uh-huh. Software? Absolutely. I’m running out of ways to say “Yes” so just know that it’s all happening here and that’s pretty cool.

Top Colorado Technology News

  • Sprint 4G LTE in Denver by end of June? Didn’t happen. Sprint mum on plans. [TechKnowBytes]
  • Boulder-based Zayo Group files to go public, seeks to raise $100M [DBJ]
  • Colorado State scientists develop algorithms to crunch data from new NASA climate satellite [InnovatioNews]
  • An additional $2 million gets Denver’s Peak more data centers, more partnerships [BuiltinColorado]
  • Denver software companies urge the city to change its tax stance [CTA]
  • IdeaLAB in Denver helps girls prepare for tech jobs of the future [YourHub]
  • Colorado Technology Associaton’s APEX Awards nominations due by Aug. 15 [InnovatioNews]
  • Littleton-based Lockheed Martin Space Systems grows with software company acquisition [DBJ]
  • NoCo Mini Maker Faire Call for Makers is now OPEN [DenverMiniMakerFaire]
  • Bluemile’s $15 million acquisition by Englewood-based Wow results in several lawsuits [DBJ]

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