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    1. Startups no more? Denver's maturing tech scene getting funded and finding tech workers

      Startups no more? Denver's maturing tech scene getting funded and finding tech workers

      Used-car app Blinker takes aim at market dominated by Craigslist, eBay VictorOps, which has added 15 of its 60 employees since November, is also among a growing number of Colorado technology companies maturing beyond startup mode. Even as many startups fail, dozens of others are attracting millions in venture capital, hiring like mad and giving hope to the many other founders starting a venture of their own here.

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    2. Comcast will offer cellular plans on Verizon network – The Denver Post

      Comcast will offer cellular plans on Verizon network – The Denver Post

      The cable giant Comcast will start selling cell phone plans called Xfinity Mobile in the coming months, using a network it’s leasing from Verizon. Many subscribers will save money, especially if they don’t use a lot of data. The catch: Only Comcast internet customers can sign up. Comcast, which has nearly 25 million high-speed internet customers, said its wireless service is aimed at holding onto its customers.

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    3. Denver tech school helps blind and visually impaired prepare for high-demand jobs – The Denver Post

      Denver tech school helps blind and visually impaired prepare for high-demand jobs – The Denver Post

      Mike Hess is helping lead a public-private partnership for a new vocational school for blind and visually impaired people to prepare them for high-demand jobs. Hess, founder and executive director of the Blind Institute of Technology, said the effort is to head off a nearly 80 percent unemployment rate among the visually impaired and blind and to get otherwise smart and qualified people into the American workforce.

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    4. Regis to open innovation center with $1 million gift from a neighbor

      Regis to open innovation center with $1 million gift from a neighbor

      Construction began Tuesday on a multidisciplinary space aimed to help Regis University’s business school train students to think critically, creatively and in a way that’s applicable to business needs a decade from now. The private Jesuit school plans to open the Gronowski Innovation Incubator Lab on May 1.

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    5. Galvanize to train Colorado’s transportation employees in data science – The Denver Post

      Galvanize to train Colorado’s transportation employees in data science – The Denver Post

      Through the partnership, Galvanize instructors will teach state employees about tools and methods to make sense of all the data collected via street sensors, connected cars, autonomous vehicles and other future transportation technologies. In return, Galvanize can use state data to give students real-world problems to solve. “Building new lanes and bridges has its limits,” said Jim Deters, a Galvanize co-founder.

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    6. Denver smart city Peña Station Next a technological testing ground for Panasonic – The Denver Post

      Denver smart city Peña Station Next a technological testing ground for Panasonic – The Denver Post

      This week, brains were installed in 53 city street lights that live near the solitary Peña Station rail stop just south of Denver International Airport. The first autonomous shuttle is expected to move in next month. By March, a device that measures air quality will join the community, high-density Wi-Fi will be turned on and the first series of apartments will break ground in hopes of attracting new life.

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    7. What takes place at Sports Authority Field during a Broncos bye week? A student hack-athon. – The Denver Post

      What takes place at Sports Authority Field during a Broncos bye week? A student hack-athon. – The Denver Post

      Sports Authority Field, better known for the roar of crowds and spectacular sprints to the end zone, hosted students writing computer code that brought to life new uses for existing technology during the weekend.

      About 100 Colorado students from coding schools, colleges and universities competed in a 36-hour hack-athon that began Friday evening and came to an end Sunday.

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