1. Articles in category: Internet of Things

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    1. Where Are Your Wearables Hackfest

      Where Are Your Wearables Hackfest

      Where Are Your Wearables Hackfest?

      Aided by the increased processing speed of chips, capacity of batteries and precision of sensor technologies, devices are becoming smaller, faster and more feature heavy than ever before. Where is the power of wearables going? We're bringing it in hackfest form to Boulder, CO!

      Register now for our hackfest Jan 28th and find out (or make it happen).

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    2. Holiday Gift Guide (for Tech Geeks) pt 1: Home

      Holiday Gift Guide (for Tech Geeks) pt 1: Home

      Sometimes, it’s just hard to shop for a geek. (My family complains about this every year, starting about now.) So, to help out our readers, our blog team put out a call to our fellow busy bees at Aerohive so that we could bring you a geek-friendly gift list.

      If you don’t like what we came up with, put your own suggestion in the comments.

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    3. Green Machine, an automated grow room system, funded through Kickstarter

      Green Machine, an automated grow room system, funded through Kickstarter

      Grow rooms, even personal grow rooms, for growing marijuana and other crops hydroponically indoors are expensive and can require a lot of attention.

      A recently fully-funded Kickstarter project "How to Grow the Greenest Green" is a 14-week educational program that uses videos to show people how to build a grow room for about $600.

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    4. FreeWave Technologies named a ‘Most Innovative Company’ in Best in Biz Awards competition

      FreeWave Technologies named a ‘Most Innovative Company’ in Best in Biz Awards competition

      BOULDER -- FreeWave Technologies, Inc., a leader in industrial, secure Machine to Machine (M2M) and Internet of Things (IoT) wireless networking solutions, has been named a “Most Innovative Company” in the Best in Biz Awards 2014 competition, the company announced.

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    5. Behind the scenes of Kickstarting a smart dog collar

      Behind the scenes of Kickstarting a smart dog collar

      Just before midnight on Thanksgiving, Lizelle van Vuuren hit the green button on her computer screen and Wüf, a smart dog-collar under development for nearly two years, launched its Kickstarter campaign.

      Within minutes, Wüf got its first backer. Sure, it was a good friend of van Vuuren's. But that's how many crowdfunding projects should start — with support from friends and family. Twelve hours later, the campaign was at 10 percent of its $50,000 goal.

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    6. Smart Sprinkler Maker Rachio Working With Nest, Raising Seed Round

      Smart Sprinkler Maker Rachio Working With Nest, Raising Seed Round

      It’s not exactly the season for lawn watering in Denver, but that doesn’t mean Rachio, a local maker of smart sprinklers, is taking a rest. Far from it.

      Rachio recently released a new version of its app that allows users to control home irrigation systems with smartphones and tablets. The app is a key component of the startup’s Iro smart sprinkler system, which is for sale at Home Depot, Best Buy, the Apple Store, and online through Amazon and Rachio’s websites, among others.

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    7. Roundup: Tech Companies Take a Bow, Internet of Things Conference

      Roundup: Tech Companies Take a Bow, Internet of Things Conference

      It was red carpet week for Colorado tech and life sciences companies, as the leading industry and advocacy associations honored the state’s top companies and individuals. Next week in Boulder, the Internet of Things’ promise in helping to solve global problems will take center stage.

      Reaching the Apex: The Colorado Technology Association celebrated its annual Apex Awards gala in Denver.

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    8. INterview with Stephanie Spong, Moksa Ventures managing director

      INterview with Stephanie Spong, Moksa Ventures managing director

      Stephanie Spong is a venture capitalist, gamer and self-described “business-savvy geek” with Moksa Ventures, a micro-venture fund dedicated to building out the game layer, and investing in early-stage game companies and game-related technologies, mechanics and platforms both as entertainment and as real-world solutions to real-world problems.

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    9. 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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    10. Notion prepares to put more sense in remote sensors with runaway Kickstarter campaign

      Notion prepares to put more sense in remote sensors with runaway Kickstarter campaign

      Denver-based Notion's funding campaign for its first product, a small, self-adhesive sensor that can detect eight different things, has been a runaway success -- and it's not even out of Kickstarter yet. The project has raised more than $200,000, quadruple its original goal of $50,000. (The campaign ends in mid-October.)

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    11. Ping Identity and Identity Over IP Join Forces with Cisco to Provide a More Secure Cloud without Additional Passwords ...

      Ping Identity and Identity Over IP Join Forces with Cisco to Provide a More Secure Cloud without Additional Passwords ...

      Ping Identity®, The Identity Security CompanyTM, and Identity Over IP today announced they are joining forces as solution partners within Cisco’s Identity Services Engine ecosystem to secure the Internet of Things as well as the public, private and hybrid clouds of today’s enterprise.

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    12. Roximity Launches Model X Beacon

      Roximity Launches Model X Beacon

      Denver startup Roximity recently introduced its Model X Beacon to help drive location-based interactive experiences through smart devices.

      The beacons work with iPhones and Android devices using Apple's iBeacon technology and can be placed throughout stores, malls and other locations. Using Bluetooth Low Energy technology they communicate with devices alerting users to things nearby, like sales items in stores, interesting items in museums and more.

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