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With the opening of the Colorado Springs Technology Incubator, whose primary mission is to “accelerate the launch of financially viable companies in the high-technology sector,” six small, local companies are hoping for the best. They are Acculent, Corporate Hearts, DigiLearn, Integrity PC Innovations, Inc., XAware, and ZeeWaves Systems, Inc. Following is a brief description of… Continue Reading Colorado Springs Technology incubator has six hopefuls

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Golf and technology hit a slight bump in the road

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Golf and technology may not really sound like a compatible couple, after all, chasing a dimpled ball into a hole in the fewest amount of hits doesn’t necessarily sound like rocket science. However, as with any sport, equipment is getting more and more sophisticated and the stakes grow continually higher. Golfing technology has manifested itself… Continue Reading Golf and technology hit a slight bump in the road

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Technology keeps callers well connected

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Forget the cell phone of yesterday… just take a look at what is available today. Today’s phones will connect you directly to the Internet, at speeds faster than a regular dial-up computer. They let you send pictures, e-mail, make phone calls and play games. In addition, many of them do it in color. Sprint’s PCS… Continue Reading Technology keeps callers well connected

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A couple months ago we launched our book-for-a-review deal, and the idea was a success. We handed out the books within a day, and we’ve published several excellent reviews. We have another batch of books ready to go, and the rules are simple. First come, first serve. We will hold a book for three days;… Continue Reading The Journal’s library cart: write a review, keep the book

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The telecommunications industry, like a bucking bronco, has thrown a number of corporate “cowboys” out of the saddle over the past twenty years. Maybe the rough ride is due to the high cost of keeping up with technology – or the result of mergers that dilute corporate cultures and diminish good customer service. Pat Galvin,… Continue Reading Tomorrow’s voice/data/video convergence today

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Q. Let’s start with the basics, what is XML? A. Like any “markup language,” it’s used to introduce additional information into a stream of text. It allows for the placement of special markers around pieces of text, thereby providing new, relevant data concerning the original text. Q. Where does it come from? A. Its origins,… Continue Reading Commentary: Extended markup language and how it applies to you

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After 11 years as an engineer with a company in St. Louis, Michael Pach decided he’d had enough. He packed up his cubicle, turned in his pocket protector, purchased some camera equipment, and the young man went west. In 2000, he started his own business, AdventureCam Photography and Design, and started hiking Colorado’s mountains in… Continue Reading St. Louis engineer launches local printer paper marketing co.

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Wireless data systems solutions have become a multi-trillion dollar per year global industry because of recent advances in telecommunications software and hardware. The following presents the first of a series highlighting different aspects of high-speed data transfer. To understand wireless data solutions, it is essential we first understand the precious resource referred to as the… Continue Reading Wireless communication now a viable alternative

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Commentary: Quick tutorial on tech lingo

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As someone who runs a business, you may have learned many of your weaknesses the hard way. You learned to overcome your accounting phobia. You figured out that marketing isn’t just a college course (or heaven forbid, a major).You’ve even learned that there are difficult customers and difficult employees, and you can only fire the… Continue Reading Commentary: Quick tutorial on tech lingo

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A representative for a Colorado Springs company that makes medical lasers said recent management woes are behind it, that new products will be developed, and that new markets are being sought for its products. Spectranetics Corporation has recently been embroiled in proxy fights and fired two of its senior executives over management issues. Executives said… Continue Reading Spectranetics Corp. puts management woes behind it

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