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    1. 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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    2. 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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    3. 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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    4. 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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    5. New 'mobile passport' app means shorter waits at DIA, officials say

      New 'mobile passport' app means shorter waits at DIA, officials say

      U.S. and Canadian citizens arriving on international flights now can slip through customs faster at Denver International Airport, courtesy of a new, free app being rolled out. Denver is among the first large airports allowed to use the Mobile Passport Control app, the first authorized by the U.S. government to expedite a traveler’s arrival in the United States.

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    6. AT&T invested $25 million to improve mobile service in Denver last year

      AT&T invested $25 million to improve mobile service in Denver last year

      Has your AT&T mobile service improved in the past year? The company sure hopes so. It spent about $25 million in Denver to upgrades its networks and improve coverage, reliability and speed, the company said Thursday.

      Officially, AT&T shared that it invested $300 million in its Denver wireless networks between 2013 to 2015. A year ago, in a similar update, AT&T invested $325 million between 2012 to 2014. If my math is correct, that means 2015 saw $25 million in improvements.

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    7. Webroot jumps into 'internet of things' protection

      Webroot jumps into 'internet of things' protection

      Webroot Inc. is branching out to help companies protect internet-connected machines and devices from hackers after years building its reputation with consumer desktop computers and mobile phones.

      The Broomfield-based cybersecurity company is unveiling its BrightCloud Threat Intelligence service, which is meant to work with companies’ “internet of things” gateway devices, which serve as central hubs for communications between devices, a central command computer and the internet.

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    8. Colorado health IT firm strikes deal with Alabama company

      Colorado health IT firm strikes deal with Alabama company

      Command Health of Boulder has entered into a partnership with SourceMed, a Birmingham, Alabama-based outpatient technology company, to offer a new form of clinical documentation for physicians working at the ambulatory surgery centers within SourceMed's growing footprint. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. The partnership will involve the integration of Command Health's mobile clinical documentation app with SourceMed's billing technology.

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    9. Ibotta Anheuser-Busch Partnership

      Ibotta Anheuser-Busch Partnership

      Mobile Marketing Ibotta, Denver, has joined with Anheuser-Busch for a partnership that will run through February 2018, putting its range of beer brands on the mobile app for shoppers over the age of 21. Currently, Ibotta users can get up to $5 back when ordering at a bar or buying in a c-store, grocer or liquor store. There was also a March Madness rebate for $4 when buying a Budweiser or Bud Light beer with food at participating bars and restaurants.

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    10. Heck yeah, we're from Boulder: InspiringApps

      Heck yeah, we're from Boulder: InspiringApps

      Welcome to our feature highlighting the numerous Colorado tech companies that make cool stuff. These little snippets are intended for readers to explore the technology being made right here. One company at a time, of course.

      Debuting the same year as Apple’s first iPhone, InspiringApps begin building all sorts of iPhone apps for area companies. New mobile operating systems? The Boulder firm is on it!

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    11. Mobile Savings App Ibotta Scores $40 Million

      Mobile Savings App Ibotta Scores $40 Million

      Mobile shopping app Ibotta, which got its start as an alternative means of saving money while grocery shopping without having to clip coupons, has now closed on $40 million in Series C funding to continue to scale its business. A testament to building something practical and useful for the everyday consumer, Ibotta has seen over 10 million downloads to date and a user base that has saved a ...

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