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    1. Behind the growth of 3 thriving Colorado adtech companies

      Behind the growth of 3 thriving Colorado adtech companies

      posted by Carlin Sack on 05/29/2014 09:53 am * 11 views * 0 comments

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      Three Colorado adtech companies took home Red Herring awards last week for being one of North America’s 100 most innovative companies. This is significant news not just for the adtech industry, but for Colorado tech: these three companies are among the fastest-growing locally. Here’s a look at how they are driving growth:

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    2. 3 new Boulder startups to look out for this quarter

      3 new Boulder startups to look out for this quarter

      posted by Katie Leimkuehler on 05/29/2014 10:15 am * 73 views * 0 comments

      Tweet The vibrant community of Boulder is known to be a startup hub that attracts new and up-and-coming entrepreneurs. The Kauffman Foundation found Boulder to have the highest high-tech startup density of any metro area in the United States in 2013. Built In Colorado caught up with a few founders to find out why it’s the place to be and how Boulder is a fit for their startup journeys.

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    3. Datalogix Gets $45M For Ad Analytics

      Datalogix Gets $45M For Ad Analytics

      Westminster, Colorado-based Datalogix said Wednesday that it had raised $45M in a equity financing round, for the company's technology for connecting digital advertising to offline sales. The funding was led by Wellington Management Company, LLP, and also included Institutional Venture Partners (IVP), which Datalogix made the point of saying invested more than its pro-rata share. Datalogix is led by Eric Rosa. The company says its annual revenues grew by more than 50 percent last year.

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    4. Global Village Academy in Northglenn tests Google Glass with students

      NORTHGLENN —When her name was called, Mariana Ochoa, 10, lit up and scampered to the front of the classroom. She plopped herself down at the teacher's desk and stuck her face out to Jenny Davenport, her fourth-grade technology instructor at Global Village Academy in Northglenn.

      Davenport picked up a sleek, chunky pair of black spectacle frames and placed them on the girl's face.

      "What can you see?" Davenport asked her.

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    5. Dish to become largest company to accept bitcoin

      Dish to become largest company to accept bitcoin

      LOS ANGELES (AP) — Dish Network Corp. says it will become the largest company yet to accept payment in bitcoin.

      The satellite TV company says it will begin accepting the digital coins through payment processor Coinbase by September. Coinbase will instantly convert the bitcoins into cash, eliminating the risk of price fluctuations to Dish.

      Dish's chief operating officer, Bernie Han, says the idea came from company employees who had become avid bitcoin users.

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    6. Tinkering Fundamentals: A Constructionist Approach to STEM Learning

      Posted By Wendy Nkomo, Colorado Technology Association (CTA), Wednesday, May 28, 2014

      Tinkering activities provide a powerful way to inspire students' interest, engagement, and understanding in science. The Tinkering Fundamentals course will help educators and enthusiasts develop a practice of tinkering and making. This course will focus on key design elements of high-quality, science-rich tinkering activities, effective facilitation strategies and environmental organization. Watch Intro Video

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    7. Check Out Computer Science Online

      Posted By Wendy Nkomo, Colorado Technology Association (CTA), Wednesday, May 28, 2014 Computer Science Online is a self-funded and non-commercial organization that provides students and lifelong learners with educational, career and developmental information related to the world of computer science. Most recently, we launched a guide about the opportunities for women in the field of computer science.

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    8. Hickenlooper promotes from within for new Colorado CIO

      Hickenlooper promotes from within for new Colorado CIO

      Gov. John Hickenlooper is promoting Suma Nallapati to be the Colorado’s secretary of technology and chief information officer.

      Nallapati has been the chief technology officer for the Governor’s Office of Information Technology (OIT) since Feb. 24. Starting June 1, she will become the cabinet-level overseer of information technology services for all state agencies and lead the work with the state Office of Economic Development and International Trade to promote Colorado as a technology employment…

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    9. McCarran Airport Selects iweSocial for social media insights

      McCarran Airport Selects iweSocial for social media insights

      Posted By Joel Streed, Zunesis, Wednesday, May 28, 2014

      McCarran International Airport Selects iweSocial to Provide Social Media Listening, Analytics, and Reporting to Enhance Airport Experience

      In-depth social media analytics and reporting from iweSocial allows McCarran International’s staff to better understand travelers’ experiences as they make their way through the airport.

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    10. Spectranetics Buys AngioScore

      Colorado Springs-based Spectranetics said Tuesday that it is acquiring AngioScore, a developer of specialty balloons for the cardiovascular market, in a deal worth $230M plus additional earnout. AngioScore's venture backers include California Technology Ventures, Innomed Ventures, Linkagene LP, Pelion Ventures, Psilos Group Management, QuestMark Partners, Saints Capital and Telegraph Hill Partners. The acquisition is also an exit for Salt Lake City-based Pelion Ventures.

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    11. Datalogix lands $45M investment to fuel growth in online ad technology

      Datalogix lands $45M investment to fuel growth in online ad technology

      Datalogix, a Westminster-based online-advertising technology company, raised $45 million in equity funding led by new investors, adding to the funding it has attracted from early backers of Facebook and Twitter. Datalogix Holdings Inc. has raised more than $86.6 million in total equity funding since 2009, according to its filings with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Asset management firm Wellington Management Company, LLP, based in Boston, led the round announced Wednesday.

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