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    1. Ball Aerospace lands work on 18-satellite fleet for space-imaging startup

      Ball Aerospace lands work on 18-satellite fleet for space-imaging startup

      Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp. has struck a deal to build instruments and assemble 18 satellites for a startup that aims to collect data from Earth's entire surface daily.

      The Boulder-based aerospace contractor -- a unit of Broomfield-based Ball Corp. (NYSE: BLL) -- says it has reached a deal with Arlington, Virginia-based OmniEarth Inc., which plans to have its entire fleet of satellites — each the size of a dorm-room refrigerator — launched and deployed in orbit by 2018.

      "This is the…

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    2. How Robauto's robots are helping the autistic

      How Robauto's robots are helping the autistic

      A robot might seem an unlikely candidate to calm an autistic child during a meltdown, but Jalali Hartman has found that it works wonders. Hartman tells the story of working on his first pilot robot for his company Robauto and meeting an autistic boy named Larry. Hartman, an engineer and long-time entrepreneur, watched in awe as Larry interacted and took care of a battery-operated toy; for that moment at least, the toy transformed the boy’s life. 

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    3. Interface - Denver (Nov. 19)

      Interface - Denver (Nov. 19)

      F2F Events, Inc. (F2F) produces CPE-accredited educational conferences for IT professionals focusing on the latest developments in information security, IT infrastructure and communications. F2F's INTERFACE conference series is dedicated to providing both attending delegates and sponsors a strong return on their investment of time and resources.

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    4. Boulder toy company Ubooly purchased

      Boulder toy company Ubooly purchased

      Boulder-based Ubooly Inc., a startup company that married the cuddliness of a plush toy with the brains of a smart phone, has been acquired by a California company. The Boulder Camera reports the price Cartwheel Kids paid for Ubooly wasn't disclosed. Cartwheel Kids, which is also a startup, has renamed Ubooly. Ubooly, which was started two years ago by the husband-and-wife team Isaac Squires and Carly Gloge, is now known as Smart Toy. Read a story by Greg Avery from October about Ubooly



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    5. Local impacts for HP split unclear

      Local impacts for HP split unclear

      The local impacts of Hewlett-Packard’s split into two companies might not be known for a few months as more specifics of the restructuring are detailed.

      HP announced Monday that it is splitting into two publicly traded companies, HP Inc. and Hewlett-Packard Enterprise. HP Inc. will focus on the company’s personal computer and printing business, while Hewlett-Packard Enterprise will be geared toward technology services like data storage, servers and software.

      HP has a presence in both Fort Collins and Boulder. Those operations have a large enterprise component, though Fort Collins has significant operations on the personal computer and printing ...

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    6. Report: Hewlett-Packard to split in 2 companies

      Report: Hewlett-Packard to split in 2 companies

      Personal computer and printer maker Hewlett-Packard Co. reportedly plans to split itself into two separate companies by spinning off its technology services business.

      The Wall Street Journal reported the pending split Sunday citing people familiar with the matter, who said the company announcement could come as soon as Monday. A spokeswoman for HP declined to comment.

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