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Does Hyperloop Still Have a Future in Colorado?

It's been more than a year since the prospect of hyperloop technology made a splash on the Front Range. But after one of the most anticipated projects fell apart, it's unclear if—and when—Colorado might be home to futuristic transportation.

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Strava Opens a New Office in Denver

The San Francisco-based social network for athletes has chosen Denver for its newest office, tapping into Colorado’s booming outdoor and technology industries.

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Yes, Drone Racing Is A Thing

Catch Fort Collins resident Jordan “Jet” Temkin—who won the Drone Racing League's inaugural world championship in 2016—on ESPN later this month.

Standing Up For Science

Colorado’s female scientists plan to teach the president a thing or two about their field.

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The Most Exciting and Innovative Tech Hub in the Country

For years, people have been calling the Denver-Boulder tech scene the next "Silicon Valley." But the Front Range has developed its own culture on the way to becoming a thriving hot spot for innovation.

The Future Of Tech Is Female

Denver-based Flock celebrates gender diversity in the tech industry with an International Women’s Day Hack Night.

The CDOT Is Making Progress

The Colorado Department of Transportation is coming up with innovative solutions for everything from highway congestion to pedestrian safety.

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Rocket Science

Colorado students learn STEM skills by building the world's largest hobby rocket.

Creates An Avatar

CodeBaby's online avatars make surfing the internet easier.

Gear Buzz: Gaugewear

Tinker with digital toys without freezing your fingers off with this new wearable.

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