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    1. Where Are Your Wearables Hackfest

      Where Are Your Wearables Hackfest

      Where Are Your Wearables Hackfest?

      Aided by the increased processing speed of chips, capacity of batteries and precision of sensor technologies, devices are becoming smaller, faster and more feature heavy than ever before. Where is the power of wearables going? We're bringing it in hackfest form to Boulder, CO!

      Register now for our hackfest Jan 28th and find out (or make it happen).

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    2. Winter X Games to use drones to capture action on snow

      Winter X Games to use drones to capture action on snow

      If Lindsey Jacobellis, Nate Holland or those other snowboarders feel like something’s following them at the Winter X Games, they’ll be right.

      ESPN is adding camera-carrying drones to its coverage of the Winter X Games, using the cutting-edge technology to cover snowboardcross and snowmobiling events this week in Aspen, Colorado.

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    3. Parametrix 3D-prints Denver skyline

      Parametrix 3D-prints Denver skyline

      Parametrix is a Denver startup making printed 3D products like pots and practical items like replacement lids for Nalgene bottles.

      Josh and Haley Goldstein, husband and wife and architect and graphic designer, respectively, own the company. Josh makes the designs using algorithmic scripts and his wife designs the packaging and is doing the marketing.

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    4. SparkFun: Inspiring innovation, tech literacy and community fun

      SparkFun: Inspiring innovation, tech literacy and community fun

      For more than a decade, SparkFun, a Boulder, Colo.-based online retailer and education center for consumer electronic components, has been a creative launch pad for tech-influenced hobbyists. Now, with an extended line of credit from Chase, the company has been able to broaden its platform and inspire a whole new generation of inventors.

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    5. Increased drone use creates a buzz at Castle Rock shop

      Increased drone use creates a buzz at Castle Rock shop

      By DEBBIE KELLEY debbie.kelley@gazette.com -

      Castle Rock - The buzzing noise coming from Santa's sleigh as it flies over Colorado this week won't be the reindeer kicking into high gear. It will be from drones that Santa will deliver to good children and adults this year.

      Since the state's first store specializing in hobbyist and commercial drone technology opened Nov. 1 in Castle Rock, the gadgets have been flying out the door at a steady clip. Many will land under the tree.

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    6. Colorado Roundup: Missile Batteries, Blue Ocean, and Funding News

      Colorado Roundup: Missile Batteries, Blue Ocean, and Funding News

      Here are a few bits of recent news from startups around Colorado:

      Solid Power goes ballistic: Solid Power, a Louisville, CO-based startup spun out of the University of Colorado-Boulder, announced a unique partnership earlier this month. It’s working with the Air Force to make batteries for the intercontinental ballistic missiles that carry nuclear warheads.

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    7. Springs store offers 3D-printed figurines

      Springs store offers 3D-printed figurines

      The 3D Printing Store in Colorado Springs now offers full-body 3D scans and 3D-printed “mini-me” figurines. The offerings, which are marketed as unique holiday gift ideas, are now available at the 3D Printing Store’s four Colorado locations, including its Colorado Springs store at 4250 Buckingham Dr., Suite 100. “This is a unique gift to give… Continue Reading Springs store offers 3D-printed figurines

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    8. Steamboat Springs Transit releases new winter schedule, prepares to launch GPS tracking system

      Steamboat Springs Transit releases new winter schedule, prepares to launch GPS tracking system

      When Steamboat Springs Transit launches its new winter bus service next month, a technical support team will be standing by.

      The launch of the new daytime winter schedule Dec. 7 will coincide with the launch of a new GPS tracking service that will allow riders to use their smartphones to track buses in real time and see exactly when a bus is due to arrive at any of the bus stops in the city.

      If a bus is delayed, riders can see its new estimated arrival time.

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