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    1. Denver fourth-most malware-infected city in U.S., says report

      Denver fourth-most malware-infected city in U.S., says report

      Denver ranks fourth in the country when it comes to computer malware infections, according to a new report. Denver computer users are nearly seven times more likely to become a victim of computer malware compared with the rest of the country, according to a report by software maker Enigma Software. Tampa, Florida was the most malware-infected city in the U.S. in the first half of 2016, followed by St. Louis and Orlando, Florida, according to the report.

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    2. App evolution: Following a Springs startup

      App evolution: Following a Springs startup

      Everybody loves free food, college students especially, so why let good food go to waste?

      When Siyab Khan, 24, and Bryan Pattirane, 26, asked each other that question as college students three years ago, it sparked the concept of Hitspot. The college-focused mobile app, available for iPhone and Android users, is exclusively offered at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. The team behind it, however, has bigger plans.

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    3. 6 Colorado startups bringing tech to the real estate table

      6 Colorado startups bringing tech to the real estate table
      If you’re looking to move to Colorado, change cities or invest in real estate, knowing where to start can be tricky.  You have to consider how neighborhoods are changing and whether or not you want to deal with bidding wars and real estate agents — not to mention actually packing and hauling everything from place to place.
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    4. Denver's attracting 'tech talent,' but so is rest of U.S.

      Denver's attracting 'tech talent,' but so is rest of U.S.

      Denver is attracting "tech talent," defined as young employees who are "fueling new innovation and adapting technology within traditionally non-tech sectors to increase productivity and strengthen the national economy," but so is the rest of the country. According to a new report by CBRE, Denver ranks only No. 18 nationally on the commercial real estate company's " Tech Talent Scorecard."...

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    5. Hickenlooper dubs Aug. 1-5 Tech Week in Colorado

      Hickenlooper dubs Aug. 1-5 Tech Week in Colorado

      DENVER – Gov. John Hickenlooper has proclaimed the week of Aug. 1-5 as Tech Week in Colorado to highlight the entrepreneurs and companies that are helping transform the state into a major tech hub.

      Tech and “tech-enabled” businesses around the state are being encouraged to host events during the week – ranging from happy hours to demonstrations to pitch contests to tours.

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    6. CU Denver business school gets a new dean

      CU Denver business school gets a new dean

      The University of Colorado Denver's School of Business has a new dean: Rohan Christie-David was appointed after a national search, the university announced Thursday. Christie-David, who has a Ph.D. in business administration from the University of South Carolina, will take over the appointment effective Aug. 1. He will take the place of former dean Sueann Ambron, who announced in January that she would retire June 30. Christie-David said his goal is to evolve CU Denver's business school into a…

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    7. Hickenlooper Proclaims August 1-5 as Tech Week to Celebrate Colorado as a Tech Hub

      Hickenlooper Proclaims August 1-5 as Tech Week to Celebrate Colorado as a Tech Hub

      DENVER (June 29, 2016) – Governor John Hickenlooper proclaimed the week of August 1-5, 2016, as Tech Week to celebrate the innovative leaders and companies transforming Colorado into an internationally renowned tech hub. The entire technology and tech-enabled community — startup and enterprise companies, students and educators of tech, geeks, IT professionals and others — is encouraged to host an event or share their story of how Colorado has helped grow their business, both of which can be submitted for promotion through coloradotechweek.org...

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    8. Canadian tech firm buys Arapahoe County company

      Canadian tech firm buys Arapahoe County company

      A big Canadian technology company is buying an Arapahoe County tech firm. Software company Intelex Technologies of Toronto said it's buying Arapahoe County-based Ecocion, which makes environmental management software. The purchase price wasn't disclosed but Intelex said the deal was made possible by a $123 million investment it received last year. Ecocion, based at 33 Inverness Dr. East, has 60 employees. Intelex said "additional ongoing investment will be made to grow capacity for the Denver…

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