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CSTI to host session about state grants

CSTI to host session about state grants

The Colorado Springs Technology Incubator will host an information session Monday for the Colorado Advanced Industries Accelerator Grants. The session will be held from 2 to 3 p.m. at the Tim Gill Center for Public Media, 315 E. Costilla in Colorado Springs. Colorado’s advanced industries also include advanced manufacturing, bioscience, electronics, energy and natural resources,… Continue Reading CSTI to host session about state grants

Colorado Springs made the top ten list for  metro areas in the nation with the highest tech startup density,  according to nonprofit policy foundation Engine and the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation. The Springs placed ninth, behind San Francisco, San Jose and Boulder, which placed first on the list. The report used data from the Business Dynamics… Continue Reading Colorado Springs makes top-ten tech list

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Colorado entrepreneurs launched 122 digital technology startups in 2012 – with 70 companies receiving at least $1 million in investment funding. Software and business-to-business web companies are the fastest growing sectors, according to the report from Built In Denver. “2012 was another record-setting year for digital technology companies in Colorado,” said Erik Mitisek, CEO of… Continue Reading 122 Colorado tech startups launched last year

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PMC opens design center in the Springs

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Engineers at PMC-Sierra, which officially opened its semiconductor design office in Colorado Springs this week, showed off the small semiconductor devices that power the Internet to a group of local business leaders. The devices are smaller than a business card and can require 18 months to two years and from 40 to 100 engineers to… Continue Reading PMC opens design center in the Springs

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Companies’ high-tech jobs tougher to fill

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After two months as president/CEO of the Greater Colorado Springs Chamber and EDC, Joe Raso met the business community this week with sobering words: The city doesn’t yet have the workforce necessary to compete in the new global economy. Continue Reading Companies’ high-tech jobs tougher to fill

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MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. (AP) – The once-cuddly relationship between Google Inc. and Apple Inc. is morphing into a prickly power struggle as the ambitions and ideas of the technology trendsetters increasingly collide. The growing use of high-powered phones for Web surfing has become a flash point in the brewing battle because both Google and Apple… Continue Reading Google, Apple spar in high-tech heavyweight battle

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Pulling the plug: Tech sector exports declining

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The high-tech industry annually brings Colorado billions of dollars in revenue and represents one of its top export products. The sector — including computers, semiconductors, electro-medical equipment and industrial electronics — generated $2.9 billion for Colorado during 2008. That, however, was an 8 percent decrease from 2007 and far off the 2006 high of $4.3… Continue Reading Pulling the plug: Tech sector exports declining

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New markets remain key to a thriving tech sector

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High-tech industry exports totaled $223 billion nationally during 2008, an increase of 1 percent compared to 2007. While long-term analysis shows an increase of 38 percent since 2002, high-tech exports have decreased in four subsectors: computers and peripheral equipment, consumer electronics, semiconductors and industrial electronics. Those decreases, however, have been partially mitigated by increases in… Continue Reading New markets remain key to a thriving tech sector

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State’s high tech exports drop 8%

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Colorado’s high tech industry saw an 8 percent drop in exports to foreign countries last year – a big blow to the state’s economy. The $2.9 billion high tech industry accounts for 37 percent of the state’s total exports. About 37 percent of overall exports comes from the state’s semiconductor market – and they have… Continue Reading State’s high tech exports drop 8%

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Commentary: Broadband Internet: How safe is it?

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It used to be that turning on your computer was not a cause for concern that your identity would be robbed, your bank accounts pilfered or your sensitive files stolen. Unfortunately, those happy days are far behind us. Computer crime, in particular identity theft, is one of the most popular and growing forms of consumer… Continue Reading Commentary: Broadband Internet: How safe is it?

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