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    1. DigitalGlobe receives approval from feds to sell its highest-quality Earth satellite imagery

      DigitalGlobe receives approval from feds to sell its highest-quality Earth satellite imagery

      LONGMONT – DigitalGlobe Inc. (NYSE: DGI), a leading provider of commercial high-resolution Earth observation and advanced geospatial solutions, announced it has received approval from the U.S. Department of Commerce to sell its highest-quality and industry-leading commercial satellite imagery.

      DigitalGlobe said the decision allows the company to offer its customers the highest resolution imagery available.

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    2. Eventblimp launches app that aggregates event information in one easy-to-access location

      Eventblimp launches app that aggregates event information in one easy-to-access location

      BOULDER – Eventblimp, Inc. announced it has launched the only app to aggregate events from Facebook, Meetup, Eventbrite, Bandsintown, SeatGeek and Eventful.

      The company also announced support and angel funding from the founding partners at private equity firm Grey Mountain Partners, where the company’s founder, Chris Good, was previously an investment professional.

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    3. CSU helps design mechanical exoskeleton to be worn by paralyzed kicker at 2014 World Cup

      CSU helps design mechanical exoskeleton to be worn by paralyzed kicker at 2014 World Cup

      FORT COLLINS – A mechanical body suit constructed with help from Colorado State University will be debuted June 12 before the opening game of the 2014 FIFA World Cup soccer tournament in Brazil.

      Wearing the body suit, a paralyzed Brazilian will stand, walk up to a soccer ball and kick it, aided by the mechanical exoskeleton controlled by his brain waves, CSU said.

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    4. CSU joins three research universities in creation of shared digital education delivery platform

      CSU joins three research universities in creation of shared digital education delivery platform

      FORT COLLINS – Colorado State University and three other leading U.S. research universities have formed a technology consortium to significantly improve the way educational content is shared across universities and ultimately delivered to students.

      Unizin, a partnership among CSU, Indiana University, the University of Michigan and the University of Florida, is a common digital infrastructure that allows the universities to strengthen their traditional missions of education and research using the most innovative technology available.

      “Colorado State is proud to be part of this entrepreneurial team that is transforming the way education is delivered to students both online and in traditional ...

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    5. Advanced Industries grant applications now being accepted through July 1 from selected industries

      Advanced Industries grant applications now being accepted through July 1 from selected industries

      DENVER – Applications for the first cycle of the fiscal year of the state’s Advanced Industries Accelerator Grant Programs are being accepted through July 1.

      Online applications are being accepted at www.advancecolorado.com/aiprograms for two of the four grants offered, according to the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade.

      Those grants are Proof-of-Concept awards of up to $150,000 each and Early-Stage Capital and Retention grants of up to $250,000.

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    6. SendGrid launches new encryption technology to enhance email protection for its customers

      SendGrid launches new encryption technology to enhance email protection for its customers

      BOULDER – SendGrid, a leading email delivery service for the world’s wanted email, announced the launch of SendGrid Transport Layer Security Encryption, a new product that proactively negotiates an encrypted connection with mailbox providers and ensures email messages cannot be intercepted, collected or modified in transit.

      There is no additional cost to SendGrid customers, the company said.

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    7. Swiftpage and KidsTek combine expertise to provide free education outreach to Denver kids

      Swiftpage and KidsTek combine expertise to provide free education outreach to Denver kids

      DENVER – Swiftpage, a leading provider of integrated marketing and CRM solutions for individuals, growing businesses and mobile sales teams, announced it has formed a joint community education and outreach partnership with Denver-based nonprofit KidsTek.

      The two organizations will combine their expertise to offer a wide range of small business growth educational opportunities – for free – to the next generation of business and IT professionals in the Denver and Boulder metro areas.

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    8. Orbotix partners with Microsoft to make its Sphero 2.0 toy systems available on Windows 8

      Orbotix partners with Microsoft to make its Sphero 2.0 toy systems available on Windows 8

      BOULDER – Orbotix announced its Sphero 2.0 robot ball-and-game system is now available for Windows Phone 8 smartphones and Windows 8-powered devices.

      As part of their collaboration, Sphero will also roll into Microsoft’s retail stores this summer, Orbotix said.

      The main Sphero app will work on all devices running Windows 8.0/8.1, including tablets, smartphones, laptops and desktops and can be downloaded from the Microsoft Windows and Windows Phone Stores.

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    9. ViaWest opens $208M Compark Center, the company’s fifth data center in Denver market

      ViaWest opens $208M Compark Center, the company’s fifth data center in Denver market

      DENVER — ViaWest opened its newest greenfield data center, Compark Center, in a lavish grand opening on June 5.

      The 200,000-plus-square-foot facility is ViaWest’s fifth data center in the Denver market.

      “As a Denver-based company for more than 14 years, we are proud to expand our presence in this region to further serve our existing customers and meet the strong demand we’re seeing nationwide,” said Nancy Phillips, ViaWest president and CEO.

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    10. FreeWave’s WavePoint platform is 2014 M2M Evolution Product of the Year award winner

      FreeWave’s WavePoint platform is 2014 M2M Evolution Product of the Year award winner

      BOULDER – FreeWave Technologies Inc., an innovator of industrial-grade, secure machine-to-machine wireless networking solutions, announced its WavePoint platform was named a 2014 M2M Evolution Product of the Year award winner.

      The award was made by M2M Evolution Magazine, the leading publication covering the machine-to-machine movement.

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    11. Gamma 2 Robotics fulfilling the promise of robots helping people

      By Barbara Hall

      InnovatioNews

      DENVER — “They promised us robots,” said Dr. Jim Gunderson, co-founder and president of Gamma 2 Robotics in Denver. “By now, robots were supposed to be in our everyday lives helping us.”

      And with Gunderson’s company’s help, we’re getting there.

      Back in 2003, Gunderson and Dr. Louise Gunderson, co-founder and CTO, had a vision. They developed a product that used artificial intelligence to model financial markets and were quite successful.

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    12. CU Tech Transfer Office presents awards to four who helped commercialize faculty research

      CU Tech Transfer Office presents awards to four who helped commercialize faculty research

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      0 05 Jun 2014 Aurora, Christopher Yakacki, CU Denver/Anschutz, EndoShape, Rick Silva, Robert Doebele, Steve VanNurden, University of Colorado, University of Colorado Tech Transfer Office by InnovatioNews

      AURORA – Four awards were presented to University of Colorado researchers, companies and advisors who best represent the spirit of innovation at CU and best practices in commercialization of university technologies.

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    13. Spatial and OMAX combine technologies to create industry’s easiest 3D pathing solution

      BROOMFIELD – Spatial Corp., a leading provider of 3D development components for manufacturing operations, said it is combining with Washington-based OMAX Corp. to develop what could be the market’s easiest-to-use 3D tool pathing solution.

      The new Intelli-CAM software tool for OMAX JetMachining Centers generates 3D tool paths from solid 3D models as well as quickly performs 3D to 2D file conversions.

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    14. TEDxCSU seeks speakers for fall conference in October

      FORT COLLINS –TEDxCSU is looking for outstanding thinkers to share dynamic concepts, moving stories and their “ideas worth spreading” with the CSU and greater Fort Collins/Northern Colorado community.

      TEDxCSU is seeking nine speakers to participate in its third annual conference Oct. 11 at Lory Student Center Theatre. The theme of the conference is “Know better. Do better,” and is inspired by the late Dr. Maya Angelou, who said, “Do the best you can until you know better.

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