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Incubator to help AFA bridge gap

Incubator to help AFA bridge gap

The U.S. Air Force Academy is looking to cash in on its entrepreneurial spirit. For more than a half-century, the Academy has been a hotbed of research and development for all manner of technology — related to military and commercial applications — and is now looking to this innovation for potential revenue streams. “What we’re… Continue Reading Incubator to help AFA bridge gap

3D printing community brings nontraditional retail

Three-dimensional printing is now a mainstay among the world’s tech communities, and the craft once used only by micro-manufacturers and hobbyists is now readily available in the Springs. In April, a fourth branch of the Denver-based 3D Printing Store — “The first retail store in America catering to consumers, hobbyists and professionals,” according to its… Continue Reading 3D printing community brings nontraditional retail

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Elon Musk does not think small. The 43-year-old founder of PayPal, SpaceX and Tesla Motors, took on  legacy organizations that seemed impregnable, challenging the mighty on their own ground. A payment system that competes directly with Visa and MasterCard? How preposterous — didn’t he realize that it wouldn’t work? A couple of billion dollars later,… Continue Reading Springs never had a shot at Tesla’s mega-jackpot

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Third place in Go Code might not be enough

A Colorado Springs-based startup business won third place last week in the state’s inaugural Go Code Colorado challenge, but now faces major business decisions before moving toward complete viability. The eight members of Local Sage, after forming a winning team and developing a marketable app, now are weighing their options before accepting the $10,000 award… Continue Reading Third place in Go Code might not be enough

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Go Code helps small business

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Go Code helps small business

More than 30 designers, developers, coders and tech enthusiasts assembled last weekend in downtown Colorado Springs to compete in a challenge with but one goal: to serve the state’s business community. March 21 marked the launch of Go Code Colorado, a challenge in which makeshift teams develop web-based applications designed to help entrepreneurs make more… Continue Reading Go Code helps small business

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Colorado Tech Association event to host 80 ‘celebrities’

The Colorado Technology Association announced Monday that more than 80 “celebrities” will be in attendance at the group’s annual C-Level @ A Mile High event next month. The event, which will take place at Denver’s Sports Authority Field on March 6, will be an opportunity for more than “1,200 industry leaders [to] connect on a… Continue Reading Colorado Tech Association event to host 80 ‘celebrities’

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Tissue Fusion plans to market UCCS laser device

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Tissue Fusion plans to market UCCS laser device

  A laser tissue fusion device–that will make surgeries faster, simpler and reduce side effects–has moved closer to production with a license agreement between Tissue Fusion LLC and the University of Colorado Technology Transfer Office. Tissue Fusion President and mechanical and aerospace engineer Michael Larson (also El Pomar Endowed Chair of Engineering and Innovation at UCCS),… Continue Reading Tissue Fusion plans to market UCCS laser device

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X-IO taught computer storage how to heal itself

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X-IO taught computer storage how to heal itself

Over time, the disks and their components will degrade as they become hot and vibrate. It’s common for builders of this storage to guarantee their work for three years. One Colorado Springs company has developed a system that detects a deficiency and fixes itself before the entire unit can go bad. “If you take the… Continue Reading X-IO taught computer storage how to heal itself

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Symetrix’s CeRAM tech attracts global partner

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Symetrix’s CeRAM tech attracts global partner

Colorado Springs-based Symetrix Corp.’s innovative new non-volatile resistive RAM technology has become a linchpin in the company’s partnership with an international tech giant. The company’s correlated electron random access memory, or CeRAM, is now being evaluated by ARM Holdings “as part of its strategy in embedded nonvolatile memory offerings,” Symetrix officials said in a news… Continue Reading Symetrix’s CeRAM tech attracts global partner

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We’re more than a city with a pretty view

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We’re more than a city with a pretty view

In the not-so-distant past, our community could really “Celebrate Technology” with verve.  Black-tie affairs at The Broadmoor, awards, scholarship money and celebration.  Then the semiconductor industry bubble burst, a number of tech companies packed up and left town, we lost our swagger and the celebration faded.  About a year ago, we began to see that… Continue Reading We’re more than a city with a pretty view

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