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Inspiring creativity through machine tools

Inspiring creativity through machine tools

With technology advancing and accelerating the way it is today, there is no limit to the level of creativity an individual can achieve. Some even go as far as to say that one’s design creativity is only limited by the imagination. Well, it just so happens that this idea is true for the use of… Continue Reading Inspiring creativity through machine tools

Go Code receives Harvard recognition

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Go Code receives Harvard recognition

Go Code Colorado, the country’s first statewide civic app challenge, has been recognized by Harvard’s Kennedy School as a “Bright Idea.” The Kennedy School recognized the Go Code, of which Colorado Springs was one of five competing cities, through its Innovations in American Government Awards program, according to a news release. “Go Code Colorado, at… Continue Reading Go Code receives Harvard recognition

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New camera could change real estate industry

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New camera could change real estate industry

Have you ever wanted to buy a house, but didn’t want to get off the couch? While lenders and real estate brokers may request such transactions be done in person, those in the market for a new home can at least tour potential abodes — without getting off the couch. Conceived in Silicon Valley in… Continue Reading New camera could change real estate industry

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Springs attracted tech entrepreneurs, visionaries

Around the turn of the 20th century, Colorado Springs was a national center of technological innovation where entrepreneurs, youthful tycoons and venture capitalists from New York City, London and other European capitals came together. It was a time of extraordinary intellectual and entrepreneurial ferment, especially for a remote little town with a population of less… Continue Reading Springs attracted tech entrepreneurs, visionaries

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Exelis, Harris sign acquisition agreement

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Exelis, Harris sign acquisition agreement

Melbourne, Florida-based Harris Corp. and information technology company and defense contractor rival Exelis Inc. have signed an acquisition agreement last week. The sale will amount to about $4.75 billion when complete, probably mid-year, said B.J. Talley, Exelis director of corporate communications. Together, Exelis and Harris generated a combined $8 billion in revenue last year. The Exelis Mission… Continue Reading Exelis, Harris sign acquisition agreement

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Prep for cyber emergency beforehand

A businesswoman agreed to give $100,000 to a computer hacker if the hacker was able to access the business’ critical, personal financial data within 90 days. That’s how confident the businesswoman and her IT department were that their firewall and security systems would keep the hacker at bay. So she signed the $100,000 contract. Fast… Continue Reading Prep for cyber emergency beforehand

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Service key to MacSuperstore success

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Service key to MacSuperstore success

When Shane Williams opened his first MacSuperstore 16 years ago in San Luis Obispo, Calif., Google was a word only a few kids at Stanford knew; the soon-to-be-iconic iMac was born and Steve Jobs, who had been fired by Apple a decade before, was about to make his triumphant return. Apple’s resurgence meant the opening… Continue Reading Service key to MacSuperstore success

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Braxton, O’Neil buys Gnostech Inc.

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Braxton, O’Neil buys Gnostech Inc.

Braxton Science and Technology Group, LLC (BSTG) and The O’Neil Group Company, LLC announce the purchase of Gnostech Inc., an engineering firm specializing in cyber security, system integration and security related software development, GPS user equipment and signals modeling, simulation and testing, as well as mission planning, according to a news release sent this week by Braxton.… Continue Reading Braxton, O’Neil buys Gnostech Inc.

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Program tries to raise STEM’s appeal to women

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Program tries to raise STEM’s appeal to women

For years, there has been an ongoing discussion in this country about the state of STEM education and the viable workforce it produces — and why so few women are part of it. According to U.S. Department of Commerce data gathered in 2009, women comprise only 24 percent of the workforce employed in fields of… Continue Reading Program tries to raise STEM’s appeal to women

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Blue Star’s people: motivated workforce

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Blue Star’s people: motivated workforce

By Rhonda Van Pelt Many of us recycle paper, cans and bottles, and feel proud of ourselves. Blue Star Recyclers is waaay ahead in the “something to be proud of” sweepstakes — this nonprofit recycles people. CEO Bill Morris likes to say he was one of the first to benefit from the program he co-founded… Continue Reading Blue Star’s people: motivated workforce

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