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    1. U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker Delivers Remarks at Colorado’s National Startup Day | Department of Commerce

      U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker Delivers Remarks at Colorado’s National Startup Day | Department of Commerce

      U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker joined Representative Jared Polis’s (D-CO 2nd District) in Boulder, Colorado on Thursday to recognize the contributions of America’s small and innovative firms in honor of Startup Across America Day. Speaking before an audience of entrepreneurs, Secretary Pritzker affirmed the Department of Commerce’s commitment to providing innovative small businesses like those in Boulder with the tools to compete in the global economy.

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    2. How Florida and Colorado are trying to build smart cities from the ground up | Guardian Sustainable Business

      How Florida and Colorado are trying to build smart cities from the ground up | Guardian Sustainable Business

      Redesigning Cities How Florida and Colorado are trying to build smart cities from the ground up Ambitious new cities Songdo and Masdar may not have lived up to their promise, but smaller projects in the US aim to be laboratories for sustainable city planning Plans for the development around Peña Station, led by Japanese tech giant Panasonic...

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    3. U.S. Commerce Secretary Pritzker visits Boulder's Black Lab Sports - Boulder Daily Camera

      U.S. Commerce Secretary Pritzker visits Boulder's Black Lab Sports - Boulder Daily Camera

      The last time U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker was in Boulder, she held court at Ball Aerospace with executives from some of the area's largest employers. On Thursday, it was young and eager startup entrepreneurs who got to shake her hand and bend her ear, as Pritzker joined Boulder Congressman Jared Polis to celebrate Startup Day Across America.

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    4. Metro Denver's advanced industries show strong growth

      Metro Denver's advanced industries show strong growth

      Tech jobs in data processing, hosting and related services saw the highest percentage of growth in the Denver-Aurora-Lakewood area, according to a comprehensive report released Thursday by the Brookings Institute. The report looked in-depth at trends in America's advanced industries from 2013 to 2015. Advanced industries, as defined in the report, are those that conduct extensive research & development (R&D) and that employ a disproportionately level of high-tech, highly-skilled workers. "With…

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    5. Colorado Tech Tour: Colorado Springs Tech You Need to Know

      Colorado Tech Tour: Colorado Springs Tech You Need to Know

      On Monday, we launched into the Colorado Tech Tour with a roundup of incredible companies and organizations quietly doing amazing work in Colorado Springs that's putting our state on the map. Here's just a sample of what the night held, but dig in further to see what Southern Colorado is up to.

      National Cybersecurity Center
      Kickstarted by Gov. John Hickenlooper last year and given legislative backing this past session, the 501c(3) nonprofit National Cybersecurity Center dedicated to helping respond the threats, train officials and conduct research is getting ready for early operations to begin November 1....

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    6. Power of technology on display in Monday tour stop in Colorado Springs - Colorado Springs Gazette

      Power of technology on display in Monday tour stop in Colorado Springs - Colorado Springs Gazette

      July 29, 2016 Updated: Today at 7:30 am 0 Innovators in the Colorado Springs area will soon have the opportunity Monday to see a handful of local companies from various industries discuss how they use technology to their advantage. Monday is the first day of the Colorado Technology Association's Tech Tour, designed to build relationships among companies across the state. The group will include representatives from the association as well as various sponsor organizations throughout Colorado...

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    7. Denver Startup Week receives proposals for nearly 1,000 sessions

      Denver Startup Week receives proposals for nearly 1,000 sessions

      The organizers of Denver Startup Week received a total of 944 proposals for sessions in 2016. Until July 15, people can vote on which sessions they want to see and attend at the annual event being held this year from Sept. 12 to 16.

      "We continue to be blown away by the support for those looking to start and grow a business in our community," said Erik Mitisek, executive director of Project X-ITE at the University of Denver and co-founder of Denver Startup Week.

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    8. Appetite for entrepreneurialism involves UCCS, Colorado College, Pikes Peak Community College and Air Force Academy

      Appetite for entrepreneurialism involves UCCS, Colorado College, Pikes Peak Community College and Air Force Academy

      School is in session for a handful of students looking to learn the entrepreneurial trade.

      The Quad Innovation Program, a monthlong course now in its second year, features a series of speakers, tasks students with projects and challenges them to create and innovate in the Springs.

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    9. Virtual companions, interactive incubators and more at Denver's 10.10.10 health event

      Virtual companions, interactive incubators and more at Denver's 10.10.10 health event

      A virtual-reality companion for the elderly, an interactive incubator for premature babies and a network that allows often lonely retirees to connect with students and professionals who need their expertise are just some of the ideas coming out of this year’s 10.10.10 heath-care entrepreneurial event in Denver, participants revealed Thursday...

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    10. Denver gets beat by another city in $50M Smart City challenge

      Denver gets beat by another city in $50M Smart City challenge

      Denver has lost out to Columbus in a seven-city competition for $50 million in federal and private funds to launch the nation’s first “Smart City” for next-generation transportation technology.

      The office of Ohio’s Democratic U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown confirmed Tuesday that Columbus had won the grant, according to a story in the Columbus Dispatch.

      Columbus Mayor Andrew J. Ginther and the city’s partners’ “demonstrated a commitment to smart growth that makes the city better for all residents,”…

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    11. Dish's Sling TV makes deal with Apple

      Dish's Sling TV makes deal with Apple

      Dish Network Corp.'s video streaming service Sling TV has made a deal with Apple Inc.

      Apple said Sling TV's live and on-demand internet TV service will now be available on its Apple TV product.

      And Sling TV customers now can buy an 32 gigabyte Apple TV for $89, which is $60 off its listing selling price, provided they pre-pay for three months of Sling TV service.

      "Apple TV is our most requested platform, and we’re excited to finally bring Sling TV to Apple TV today," said Roger Lynch, CEO of…

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