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    1. Heck yeah, we're from Denver: MyHub

      Heck yeah, we're from Denver: MyHub

      Welcome to our feature highlighting the numerous Colorado tech companies that make cool stuff. These little snippets are intended for readers to explore the technology being made right here. One company at a time, of course.

      Ever plan a get together with the expectation that friends will chip in some money? Yeah, good luck with that. But your chances may be greater for covering party costs with the MyHub app, which merges the invite process with money collection.

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    2. AT&T invested $25 million to improve mobile service in Denver last year

      AT&T invested $25 million to improve mobile service in Denver last year

      Has your AT&T mobile service improved in the past year? The company sure hopes so. It spent about $25 million in Denver to upgrades its networks and improve coverage, reliability and speed, the company said Thursday.

      Officially, AT&T shared that it invested $300 million in its Denver wireless networks between 2013 to 2015. A year ago, in a similar update, AT&T invested $325 million between 2012 to 2014. If my math is correct, that means 2015 saw $25 million in improvements.

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    3. Denver gets 3rd place biz-innovation honor

      Denver gets 3rd place biz-innovation honor

      Add another honor to Denver and its business community. The latest is “Innovation That Matters 2016” from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, its Free Enterprise initiative and the 1776 global incubator. After studying 25 cities’ “readiness to capitalize on the inevitable shift to a digital economy,” Denver placed third...

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    4. AT&T's pledge to hire more veterans for tech jobs in Colorado

      AT&T's pledge to hire more veterans for tech jobs in Colorado

      As part of its pledge to the White House on Thursday to hire an additional 10,000 veterans by 2020, AT&T said it wants to make sure its Colorado operations are on the minds of veterans looking for a new job.

      In Colorado, the company employs 4,000 people, with 80 employees self-identifying as a veteran. The company doubled its staff here after acquiring DirecTV.

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    5. Heck yeah, we're from Boulder: Silvernest

      Heck yeah, we're from Boulder: Silvernest

      Welcome to our feature highlighting the numerous Colorado tech companies that make cool stuff. These little snippets are intended for readers to explore the technology being made right here. One company at a time, of course.

      Finding a new roommate can be distressing, intimidating and even cringe worthy. Especially if you’re 50 or older. That’s the gist of Silvernest, a Boulder startup matching seniors who have a home with other seniors who need a place to rent.

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    6. Heck yeah, we're from Boulder: InspiringApps

      Heck yeah, we're from Boulder: InspiringApps

      Welcome to our feature highlighting the numerous Colorado tech companies that make cool stuff. These little snippets are intended for readers to explore the technology being made right here. One company at a time, of course.

      Debuting the same year as Apple’s first iPhone, InspiringApps begin building all sorts of iPhone apps for area companies. New mobile operating systems? The Boulder firm is on it!

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    7. Dish to open downtown Denver office to attract tech workers

      Dish to open downtown Denver office to attract tech workers

      Dish Network will announce Friday morning that it will open a downtown Denver office to help it attract more software developers.

      Besides an urban locale, the new 20,000-square-foot space at the Grand Central Building will sport “open work environment” near Union Station. The Douglas County satellite TV provider said it plans to hire 100 new developers who will work on its Hopper DVR products and Sling TV online TV service.

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    8. Heck yeah, we're from Denver: Silicon STEM Academy

      Heck yeah, we're from Denver: Silicon STEM Academy

      Welcome to our feature highlighting the numerous Colorado tech companies that make cool stuff. These little snippets are intended for readers to explore the technology being made right here. One company at a time, of course.

      Are you a Colorado tech business in the consumer world? Submit your information at dpo.st/coinfo for consideration.

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    9. Galvanize raises $3 million in venture from Colorado fund

      Galvanize raises $3 million in venture from Colorado fund

      Denver-based Galvanize has picked up another $3 million in investment, this time from the Colorado Impact Fund, which only puts money into local ventures.

      The startup, which first raised $18 million back in mid-2014, plans to use the money for further product development and expansion, according to Jim Kelley, founder and managing partner for the Colorado Impact Fund.

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    10. Sphero nabs spot in Extreme Tech Challenge to pitch Richard Branson

      Sphero nabs spot in Extreme Tech Challenge to pitch Richard Branson

      A better way to play with technology toys grabbed judges’ attention on Friday as the Extreme Tech Challenge contest named Boulder’s Sphero one of three finalists that now get to travel to a private island to pitch Sir Richard Branson.

      The second annual event, held at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, also named Bloom Technologies, a San Francisco company with technology to help expectant mothers, and Giroptic, a French 3-D camera firm, as finalists in the year-long competition.

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    11. Heck yeah, we're from Denver: Couragion

      Welcome to our feature highlighting the numerous Colorado tech companies that make cool stuff. These little snippets are intended for readers to explore the technology being made right here. One company at a time, of course.

      Science-minded toys and computer-coding extracurriculars fill the lives of children today, thanks to we pushy parents. But will a toy robot turn a kid into the next Steve Jobs? Probably not. But learning about real people who work in science and computer jobs just might.

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    12. Heck yeah, we're from Boulder: The18

      Heck yeah, we're from Boulder: The18

      Welcome to our feature highlighting the numerous Colorado tech companies that make cool stuff. These little snippets are intended for readers to explore the technology being made right here. One company at a time, of course.

      Can’t get enough soccer? Then head to The18, a Boulder-based soccer portal focused on where goals are scored (as in the 18-yard penalty box line) and beyond. Well, well beyond. International team scores? Check . Training videos? Check . Soccer balls? Umm, well, not yet.

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    13. Google offering free website, hosting and other tools to local small biz

      In a push to get every Colorado business online, Google is hosting a big freebie on Friday geared toward small businesses with a minimal online presence.

      The 3-hour event, hosted by the Denver Metro Chamber at 1445 Market St., will touch on the importance of search-engine optimization, offer a guide to online analytics and show how to get found on Google Maps. According to Google’s research, only 48 percent of small businesses in Colorado have a website.

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    14. PUC rideshare rules move ahead as Uber celebrates 5 million CO. rides

      PUC rideshare rules move ahead as Uber celebrates 5 million CO. rides

      Rules to regulate Uber, Lyft and other ridesharing services in Colorado are now waiting for final review by the state’s Public Utilities Commission, after administrative law judge Harris Adams made his recommendations last Friday.

      The rules will regulate rider safety and driver qualifications for ridesharing services in the state.

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    15. Verizon tops two reports on mobile service quality in Colorado

      Verizon tops two reports on mobile service quality in Colorado

      Two new reports help give Colorado consumers insight into what mobile service company here has the best voice, data and text quality. Perennial leader Verizon took the top spot on both reports.

      J.D. Power’s 2015 Wireless Network Quality Study, released Thursday, ranked Verizon at the top with the fewest number of problems — or 10 per 100 connections. That’s better than the average score of the West Region, which includes almost the entire western half of the nation.

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    16. Ad-free social network Ello readjusts staff, says bye to 5

      Ad-free social network Ello readjusts staff, says bye to 5

      Social network Ello, which has raised $10.5 million from investors, laid off five people from its Colorado staff in an attempt to make better use of its resources and save money, Ello’s CEO Paul Budnitz confirmed Monday. “As you know, Ello grew very fast, and we recently made some adjustments to gain efficiency and cohesion for our team,” said Budnitz, who co-founded the company with six others. Budnitz, who lives in Vermont, said the bulk of the team remains in Denver and Boulder.

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    17. Heck yeah, we're from Denver: Looklist

      Heck yeah, we're from Denver: Looklist

      Welcome to our feature highlighting the numerous Colorado tech companies that make cool stuff. These little snippets are intended for readers to explore the technology being made right here. One company at a time, of course. Pinning can get tedious. Wouldn’t you rather just tell someone kinda what you like and let them figure you out? Leave it to Looklist , a newish algorithmic-driven experiment on the Web from a graduate of the notoriously edgy CP+B advertising agency.

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