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    1. Colorado Tech Weekly #72: Almost all the things happened in Boulder

      Colorado Tech Weekly #72: Almost all the things happened in Boulder

      Colorado Tech Weekly brings you the top 10  technology stories of the past week and the best upcoming local tech events every Monday morning!

      In Colorado Tech Weekly 41, I joked about renaming this series Denver Tech Weekly. This week it could be called Boulder Tech Weekly! I'm really curious how Nest's purchase of Revolv will play out. I finally post about Ello. I'm not sure about it, but I'm not sure why. And Longmont has a municipal broadband service? That's cool!

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    2. GalvanizeU offers students a Masters degree in data

      GalvanizeU offers students a Masters degree in data

      Since launching in 2012 in Denver, Galvanize has not only become an essential one-stop enrichment organization for the Colorado tech community – it has established itself across the nation. It has two locations in Denver, one in Boulder, one in California, and more on the way. It's not terribly surprising that its latest project, GalvanizeU, will be based in the San Francisco Bay Area, in accreditation partnership with a Connecticut private university. If you want to become a data scientist, it may well be worth the travel.

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    3. World's Greatest Problem Solvers Conference

      World's Greatest Problem Solvers Conference

      World’s Greatest Problem Solvers is bringing together some of the world’s great thinkers and profound problems to find new ways to overcome many of our greatest challenges. We’re taking a deep look into the role of the Internet of Things and its effect on confronting problems worldwide.

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    4. Big Ideas

      Big Ideas

      More than 52,000 patents have been issued to Coloradans in the past 50 years—putting us at number 18 in the country for sheer volume of inventions. Of course, that doesn’t take into account all the trademarks owned by Centennial Staters, among them the word “cheeseburger,” trademarked in 1934 by Louis Ballast of the Humpty Dumpty Drive-In.

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    5. Special-needs tech event in Snowmass started with five families

      Special-needs tech event in Snowmass started with five families

      A devastating accident left Alice Brouhard's 5-year-old daughter Kara legally blind and paralyzed on one side. But today, the now-33-year-old lives in her own house, using inexpensive iPad apps with voice prompts to get through the day.

      Alice and four other Colorado families who bonded because of their special-needs children want to share the knowledge.

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    6. The futurist: Computing’s next big transformation

      The futurist: Computing’s next big transformation

      I had great difficulty completing this column. This is partly due to the complex nature of the technology and partly because its implications may indeed be so far reaching that I’ll sound over-reaching in describing it.

      Several companies may find what I’m describing to be rather disturbing. It’ll be disturbing because this technology is on the verge of undermining most, if not all, of their product development plans.

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    7. Three keys to business longevity

      Three keys to business longevity

      According to the 2013 Colorado Innovation Index report from the Colorado Innovation Network, as a hotbed for small business, Colorado sees more startups than most states, but also sees a larger percentage of small businesses fail than the U.S. as a whole. While hard work and tenacity are important in maintaining a business, there are some key factors that contribute largely to a business’ long-term success.

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    8. New Patent Office Creating Historic Innovation Hub In Denver

      New Patent Office Creating Historic Innovation Hub In Denver

      The official opening of the new U.S. Patent and Trademark Office in Denver -- the first such facility west of the Mississippi River -- is creating outlets and opportunities for innovators, entrepreneurs and others with great ideas.

      The light bulbs on the 15th floor of the Byron Rogers Federal Building -- the high-tech ones that remain dormant until someone enters the hallway -- suddenly illuminate overhead like an inventor with a great idea.

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    9. Report: Colorado doing well in developing economy but must spend more to improve

      Report: Colorado doing well in developing economy but must spend more to improve

      Colorado is doing fairly well when it comes to its diverse and innovation-focused economy, but the state has some work to do to move to the uppermost tier of state economies, according to a report by the Washington, D.C.-based Information Technology and Innovation Foundation.

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