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    1. T-Mobile's Layer3 TV rebrand to launch in 8 U.S. cities, including Longmont

      T-Mobile's Layer3 TV rebrand to launch in 8 U.S. cities, including Longmont

      T-Mobile is launching TVision Home, a rebrand of Layer3 TV, in eight markets — including Longmont. T-Mobile purchased Layer3 TV for $325 million in January 2018. Layer3T V formed in Denver in 2013 and had about 125 employees when it was purchased. It was a cable-like TV service. At the time it was acquired, Longmont was the only Colorado city where Layer3 offered service.

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    2. 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.

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    3. Western Union Works with TerraPay to Expand Payout Options to Millions of Mobile Wallets

      Western Union Works with TerraPay to Expand Payout Options to Millions of Mobile Wallets

      Western Union, a leader in cross-border, cross-currency money movement, announces an alliance with TerraPay to enable mobile wallet and bank account payout. The alliance further expands upon Western Union’s account payout network for sending remittances directly into customers’ mobile wallets across Europe, Africa, Asia and Latin America.

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    4. New Colorado initiative looks to pair tech ingenuity with transit innovations

      New Colorado initiative looks to pair tech ingenuity with transit innovations

      Colorado Department of Transportation leaders, in conjunction with both public- and private-sector partners, are launching an ambitious effort to work with startups and entrepreneurs to tap into the technology that is changing the way that people move about and work to integrate it with existing roads, transit and other forms of mobility to make the state a leader in getting people seamlessly from place to place. The “MobilityNEXT” initiative, announced Friday at the annual CDOT Summit in Denver, comes at a critical time for Colorado. State transportation officials have pinpointed a $9 billion infrastructure backlog over the next 10 years ...

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    5. National CineMedia brings AR gaming to movie theaters

      Movie theaters may want patrons to put their mobile phones away once the film begins, but National CineMedia Inc. is encouraging them to keep their devices out during the preshow with Noovie ARcade.

      Starting Friday, moviegoers will be able to play big-screen interactive augmented-reality (AR) games on their phones through a new companion app for NCM’s ‘Noovie’ preshow.

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    6. Which mobile network is rated highest in Denver?

      Which mobile network is rated highest in Denver?

      Which mobile network company offers the best performance in Denver? According to the latest report, it's a two-way tie between Sprint and Verizon. According to mobile analytics firm RootMetrics, Verizon and Sprint are tied for "overall performance" in Denver, although Verizon does edge out Sprint in the numerical ratings by a 96.6-95.7 margin. At&T and T-Mobile tied for third in Denver in the latest report, according to RootMetrics. This is the third straight cycle that Sprint and Verizon have…

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    7. Denver's Ibotta leads the way to the app-to-app economy

      Denver's Ibotta leads the way to the app-to-app economy

      Bryan Leach is hoping to define a new business trend with the next incarnation of his Denver-based Ibotta Inc., a mobile app whose users earn rewards for shopping. Ibotta has launched an app-to-app marketplace, in which the company is partnering with mobile brands such as Boxed, Groupon, DoorDash, Hotels.com and Jet to offer rewards to shoppers for ordering goods and services from their smartphones and tablets...

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    8. How slow are Denver's mobile network speeds? Slowest in U.S.

      How slow are Denver's mobile network speeds? Slowest in U.S.

      Denver's mobile network speeds are the slowest in the country, according to a new report. RootMetrics studied the 125 most populated metro areas in the country and Denver finished 125th in the RootMetrics speed rankings report. "At No. 18 in population, Denver may be the mile-high city, but it came in dead last on our speed rankings. All four carriers recorded median download speeds below 10.0 Mbps in Denver, and median upload speeds were even slower," RootMetrics wrote in its report. Atlanta…

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    9. Denver mobile technology company acquired, plans to grow

      Denver mobile technology company acquired, plans to grow

      A New York City-based marketing technology company has acquired Denver-based Roximity, a small maker of tech that helps brands reach people when they’re inside stores.

      Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

      Roximity makes “beacons,” small pieces of hardware that retailers, restaurant owners and others put in stores, and the related software that can analyze the precise locations of smart phones being carried by consumers nearby.

      Roximity employs eight people in Denver. Verve’s ownership…

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