1. Tech News

      1. Colorado bill to study how blockchain could solve water rights issues dies in committee

        Colorado bill to study how blockchain could solve water rights issues dies in committee

        A bill that would have authorized the study of how blockchain technology could be used to ameliorate water rights issues died on Thursday afternoon. If passed, Senate Bill 19-184 would have directed the Colorado Water Institute, an affiliate of Colorado State University, to study the potential uses of blockchain technology to manage a database of water rights. Best known for supporting cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, blockchain is a technology that allows computer networks to communicate without relying on a centralized authority.

        Read Full Article
      2. Colorado launching program to help companies convert to employee ownership

        Colorado launching program to help companies convert to employee ownership

        Two years ago, then-Gov. John Hickenlooper signed a law pushing Colorado into the business of helping people convert their companies into employee-owned businesses. It set aside money for the state to offer advice on the practice, allowed for the creation of a commission to oversee the task ... and then basically was forgotten.

        Read Full Article
      3. Uber adds rental service Getaround for Denver drivers

        Uber adds rental service Getaround for Denver drivers

        With the Uber app in Denver, you can reserve an electric bike, order food delivery, buy a bus ticket, get a ride; and now drivers have access to rideshare vehicles. Uber announced it’s expanding its partnership with car-sharing service Getaround to Denver, after launching the program in San Francisco in 2017. The partnership launched on Monday. Using the Uber app, drivers will be able to rent Getaround vehicles to drive for Uber, earning money without owning a car.

        Read Full Article
      4. Charge scooters for parking? Some cities are trying it

        Charge scooters for parking? Some cities are trying it

        A pilot program is trying manage the use of electronic scooters. Passport, a mobile-payments firm based in Charlotte, North Carolina, is heading up the micro-mobility pilot with its own platform. Charlotte, Detroit and Omaha, Nebraska, are participating in the six-month pilot. Using Passport's platform, city officials can see and control scooter use as well as manage curb use with payment options.

        Read Full Article
      5. See all articles
    1. Categories

      1. Feeds:

        CTA Members Press Releases, CTA Tech Tour, Government & Policy, Tech Workforce & Education
      2. Tags:

        B2B Software, Big Data & Analytics, Business Services Provider, Cloud, Community Organizations, Consumer Software, Development, Energy Tech, Enterprise, Government, Hardware, Health IT, Innovation & Entrepreneurship, Internet of Things, Mobile, Security, Startups, Telecom, Women In Tech
    2. Colorado Technology Videos