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Arrow Electronics Inc. is transferring its global headquarters to the Denver suburb of Englewood from Melville, N.Y., but the company described it as a change of address and said no jobs would be created or lost. The electronics and computer components supplier said Tuesday the shift would be effective Nov. 15. “At this point it… Continue Reading Arrow Electronics moving NY headquarters to Colo.

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AT&T starts network upgrades in Springs

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AT&T will begin network upgrades in the Colorado Springs area to enhance the wireless capacity and performance of its mobile broadband network. The new network will add layers of frequency, also known as carriers, to manage capacity, according to AT&T. The mobile company faced criticism for lack of broadband capacity when it introduced the iPhone… Continue Reading AT&T starts network upgrades in Springs

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Does the loudest voice in the room (or on the Internet) still earn the most attention? With the election coming up and the candidates spouting rhetoric as loudly as they can, I started to wonder; with all of the technology for broadcasting thought and information today, have people organically devised a way to filter for… Continue Reading Is the best content on the web getting the least attention?

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The Colorado Springs Technology Incubator has graduated its eighth business, a crane inspection management software company. Continue Reading Technology incubator graduates crane inspection company

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Business web sites and social media

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I’ve been fielding a lot of questions lately about the role of company Web sites amid the sea of social media venues. Most of the questions sound like this: “Can’t I just launch a blog and a Facebook page and skip building a company Web site?” I understand where these thoughts come from, because it… Continue Reading Business web sites and social media

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Did you get some nanotechnology on your pants?

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So yes, technology is getting smaller and more powerful every day, but most of us don’t know just how small we can go. Researchers have developed machines the size of just a few atoms that do incredibly powerful things like detect cancer tumors in the liver, and strengthen metal at the atomic level. My most… Continue Reading Did you get some nanotechnology on your pants?

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One of my favorite places to learn about technology is at the Flea Market. I find generations of typewriters, cameras, and hand-powered coffee mills displayed side by side on the tables, and I can instantly understand how they work just by looking at them. Then I think about the last technology purchase I made, and… Continue Reading Who’s in the driver’s seat — icons or instructions?

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Have you ever posted a Facebook status update only to instantly regret it? I’ve done it more than I care to admit, but was pleased to find that the Urban Dictionary has already addressed the sentiment. These statements are called “epiphanots.” Urban Dictionary defines epiphanot as: An idea that at first seems like an amazing… Continue Reading The ‘epiphanot’ killing social-media endeavors

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What if you were walking down Cascade Avenue and you met a guy who made the most far-out bicycles you’ve ever seen? What if you got to talking to an engineer about the principles of flight and it inspired you to make your own invention? It could happen at this Saturday’s “What If?!” festival in… Continue Reading What If?! festival of innovation gets creativity moving

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It’s going to happen sooner or later. We’re hitting the wireless device critical mass where we need to be connected to the Internet all the time in order to function. And we need a lower price point for this pervasive connection. Sure, right now you can buy 100 percent connectivity via a whole bunch of… Continue Reading Free municipal Wi-Fi – the next big thing, again?

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