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    1. Denver's dockless scooters cause rules confusion, injuries

      Denver's dockless scooters cause rules confusion, injuries

      City officials say they’re researching state and local laws, looking for a way to legalize the use of scooters in bike lanes. State law places toy vehicles alongside “skis, toboggans, coasting sleds (and) skates,” and bans them from the road. “In the meantime, we’re asking riders to watch their speed on the sidewalk and yield to pedestrians at all times,” wrote Nancy Kuhn, a spokeswoman for Denver Public Works.

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    2. Denver top tech workplaces: Arrow Electronics, HomeAdvisor

      Denver top tech workplaces: Arrow Electronics, HomeAdvisor

      Fire up the social media accounts, tech company HR managers, job-hunting site Hired has compiled a list of the top rated companies to work for in a dozen cities around the globe, including Denver. For 10 highly regarded local businesses it’s time to toot some horns. Centennial-based Arrow Electronics landed in the top Denver spot on Hired’s 2018 Global Brand Health Report , up from No. 3 last year.

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    3. Colorado Front Range booming with new tech company leases

      Colorado Front Range booming with new tech company leases

      The Colorado Front Range is experiencing a tech real estate gold rush. Between July 2017 and the end of June, tech companies took on 849,000 square feet of new office and commercial space between Fort Collins and Colorado Springs, according to research compiled by real estate firm CBRE . That’s more than double the amount of space tech firms filled in the proceeding 12 months and brings the total tech-dedicated space in the region to 17.3 million square feet.

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    4. Entrepreneurs gather at “hackathon” to learn skills, test ideas – The Denver Post

      It all started with a high school field trip. After traveling to Costa Rica with her classmates, Jenny Rudnicki, 24, knew she wanted to do something to help women gain access to education –- particularly in more remote areas. “I met this 3-year-old girl who you could tell was quite bright and just by where she was growing up it didn’t seem like she’d have access to technology at all, and her education will be limited,” Rudnicki said.

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    5. Colorado high-speed hyperloop project picks Denver International Airport as first portal station

      Colorado’s futuristic Hyperloop travel system will start with a station near Denver International Airport. But where it goes from there is still to be determined, and the project is seeking public feedback, officials said Tuesday. They also are halfway done studying how to bring a vacuum-sealed tunnel to the state that would shoot pods carrying people and cargo between Fort Collins and Pueblo at speeds of up to 670 mph.

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    6. Vodafone agrees to buy Denver-based Liberty Global’s European assets – The Denver Post

      Vodafone agrees to buy Denver-based Liberty Global’s European assets – The Denver Post

      LONDON — Telecom giant Vodafone has agreed to buy Liberty Global’s operations in Germany, the Czech Republic, Hungary and Romania in a deal valued at 18.4 billion euros ($21.8 billion) as the industry moves toward “next-generation” technology carrying voice, data and video over a single network. Vodafone says the transaction will help it become “the leading next-generation network owner in Europe,” with a total reach of 110 million homes and businesses.

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    7. More than 5,000 volunteers across Colorado conquered snowy weather for 17th annual Comcast Cares Day

      More than 5,000 volunteers across Colorado conquered snowy weather for 17th annual Comcast Cares Day

      The scene unfolding outside Denver’s Clayton Early Learning Center was the epitome of a spring day in Colorado: Dozens of bundled-up volunteers and employees dug into garden beds while crisp, white snowflakes fell around them. The chilly gardening was part of the 17th annual Comcast Cares Day, in which more than 5,000 volunteers across the state tackled about 60 community projects in 16 cities.

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    8. Boulder's Misty Robotics unveils its first personal robot, but not anyone can buy it

      Boulder's Misty Robotics unveils its first personal robot, but not anyone can buy it

      January 9, 2018 Comcast raising internet speeds for Colorado customers — with a 50 percent boost for some What could Misty do? Enwall ticked off potential talents from “finding a leak in the oil pipeline or greeting someone in the grocery store or checking for product on the shelf or escorting someone around the office or taking care of the elderly or disabled.

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    9. Silicon Valley's Marketo plants office in Denver to help develop marketing messages people want to hear

      Last April, Steve Lucas walked into Marketo’s new temporary space in the Denver City Center and saw the head of human resources sitting at a desk next to the company’s only other Denver employee. “They were at two desks and that was it, just staring at each other,” said Lucas, who became CEO of the San Mateo, Calif.-based marketing technology company in November 2016.

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