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    1. CSU to get $16.5M design center following gift from Otterbox founders

      CSU to get $16.5M design center following gift from Otterbox founders

      Colorado State University will soon have a new, 40,000-square-foot, $16.5 million design center that will open in January 2019, the university said Tuesday. The announcement comes after Nancy and Curt Richardson — co-founders of Fort Collins-based Otter Products, parent of the Otterbox line of mobile-device cases, and Blue Ocean Enterprises — pledged $8.1 million towards the center...

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    2. Verizon to start selling wireless data plans for drones – The Denver Post

      Verizon to start selling wireless data plans for drones – The Denver Post

      Soon, companies will be able to get a data plan for their drones. Verizon Communications Inc. said Thursday it would begin working with drone makers to connect the flying vehicles to Verizon’s wireless network. Drone data plans will start at $25 a month for 1 gigabyte of data and $80 for 10 gigabytes, company officials said in an interview. The prices roughly align with what consumers pay now for data...

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    3. Prosper Marketplace and HomeAdvisor Partner to Bring Home Improvement Financing to Millions

      Prosper Marketplace and HomeAdvisor Partner to Bring Home Improvement Financing to Millions

      Prosper Marketplace and HomeAdvisor Partner to Bring Home Improvement Financing to Millions [September 17, 2016] Tweet SAN FRANCISCO and GOLDEN, Colo. , March 14, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Prosper Marketplace, which operates a leading online marketplace that connects borrowers and investors, and HomeAdvisor, a leading nationwide home services digital marketplace, announced today the launch of an exclusive partnership...

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    4. 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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    5. HomeAdvisor’s new home sweet home will be in Denver’s RiNo neighborhood – The Denver Post

      HomeAdvisor’s new home sweet home will be in Denver’s RiNo neighborhood – The Denver Post

      Walls are decorated with photographs of employee’s dream homes at the HomeAdvisor offices in Golden, CO March 01, 2013. Denver Post file In a move to attract more young workers, Golden-based HomeAdvisor has picked a new urban home in Denver’s River North Arts District, which has become a hub of hip restaurants, coworking spaces and construction, as developers eye their next dilapidated warehouse to renovate. The new headquarters, at 3601 Walnut St., is not yet built...

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    6. Comcast to let customers stream Netflix shows on X1 platform – The Denver Post

      Comcast to let customers stream Netflix shows on X1 platform – The Denver Post

      CBS reporter traveling to 59 parks in a year July 2, 2016 Conor Knighton didn’t take the easy route when he proposed a “CBS Sunday Morning” story on the National Park Service’s centennial. A series finale of our own: Farewell and thanks from our TV critic Joanne Ostrow July 1, 2016 It was a long run, and more fun than any job is supposed to be.

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    7. Comcast customers won't need cable box with upcoming apps

      Comcast customers won't need cable box with upcoming apps

      NEW YORK >> Comcast says later this year you won't need a cable box to watch cable as the company follows its rivals in offering TV-watching apps.

      The announcement has interesting timing. It comes as the federal government works on new rules that would force the TV industry to let tech companies -- say, TiVo or Google -- sell cable boxes, too. Consumers typically pay cable companies extra fees for these boxes, and the cable industry is opposed to the effort.

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    8. For Mayor Hancock, The 'Train To The Plane' Is The First Step In Denver's Smart City Plans

      For Mayor Hancock, The 'Train To The Plane' Is The First Step In Denver's Smart City Plans

      For Mayor Hancock, The 'Train To The Plane' Is The First Step In Denver's Smart City Plans By Ann Marie Awad • 1 hour ago Share Regional Transportation District Flic / Used With Permission Travelers will soon be able to board a train from Denver’s Union Station to Denver International Airport. The route will be fast, cheap and -- Mayor Michael Hancock hopes -- the first piece of the aerotropolis puzzle.

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