U.S. chipmakers are still selling millions of dollars of products to Huawei despite a Trump administration ban on the sale of U.S. technology to the Chinese telecommunications giant, according to four people with knowledge of the sales.
While the Colorado Council for the Advancement of Blockchain Technology held its last meeting in early June, the state is just beginning experimenting with government use cases for blockchain technology.
Colorado’s Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT) unveiled the Colorado’s Mutual Prosperity (COMP) Program, which adds incentives for employers to hire remote workers in eligibile rural areas of the state.
Denver’s technology economy is poised to get two potentially big additions — a Colorado firm that is looking to grow by nearly 1,400 jobs and a leading North American wholesale data-center provider that is considering relocating its headquarters.
A nationwide survey of nearly 1,000 information technology professionals ranks Colorado Springs as their No. 2 most desirable place to live, after Austin, Texas, according to results released Wednesday by the Computing Technology Industry Association.
The Longmont Economic Development Partnership is working with CareerWise Colorado to help local business owners find youth apprentices for hard-to-fill jobs, and give local students job training opportunities that can turn into early career options.
Denver’s tech ecosystem may not have found its Amazon yet, but behind the scenes veteran entrepreneurs with Blackstone Entrepreneurs Network are helping a variety of companies. Now BEN is in transition.
Dish Network Corp. has reached an agreement with sister company EchoStar Corp. to acquire EchoStar’s Broadcast Satellite Service business, including nine direct broadcast satellites and the key employees responsible for satellite operations.
Amazon is planning to add 400 jobs to a new 98,000-square-foot office at 1515 Wynkoop St. in downtown Denver, according to a Denver Business Journal report. The new jobs, which will double Amazon’s tech workforce in the Denver area, will be in positions such as advertising, software and hardware engineering, and cloud computing, the report said. Amazon’s Denver expansion comes on the heels of the company opening offices in Boulder at 1900 15th St. last year.
Tech-related employment rose in Colorado by more than 7,100 new jobs in 2018 and the tech sector raised its contribution to the state’s economy, according to Cyberstates 2019, a guide to national, state and metropolitan area tech sector and tech workforce analytics published annually by CompTIA, the leading technology industry association.
In the digital age, home internet access for students has been called an educational game changer, especially in rural school districts. Pueblo City Schools (D60) joined the burgeoning online education arena in the fall...
A global weather-tech company with its U.S. headquarters in Louisville has developed technology that allows its clients, from utilities to wind farm operators, to detect the most destructive lightning strikes after a storm.