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CNET: The 5 Biggest Tech Trends From CES 2020

With thousands of new products shouting for your attention, you can easily miss the bigger takeaways at CES. Recognizing the trends that develop and will impact the future is one of the most valuable things about the show. And since technology now touches more aspects of our lives than ever before, there were several key trends […]

USA Today: Here’s How Technology Can Help Reduce Political Polarization

“They voted for Trump, so obviously we can’t talk about anything.” “There’s no use reasoning with them; they’re left-wing nuts.” “Why can’t they see that THEY are the problem?” This type of extreme political polarization feels ordinary in today’s America. Confident ignorance and self-righteous anger seem normal. Apparently bent on division, we dismiss the other side […]

Denver Post: Colorado to Host Congressional Hearing On Online Market Competition

Top executives will have the opportunity to talk to lawmakers about growing concerns about competition in the online marketplace next week, U.S. Rep. Joe Neguse’s office announced Wednesday. Speakers at the Jan. 17 event will include Sonos CEO Patrick Spence, PopSockets Founder and CEO David Barnett and Tile Vice President and General Counsel Kirsten Daru. […]

The Denver Post: Have You Heard Of Microgreens? Two High School Buddies With No Farming Background Have Turned Them Into A Business.

Dave Demerling and Roberto Meza are prime examples of the kind of people Colorado Agriculture Commissioner Kate Greenberg and her staff are trying to cultivate as they pursue their major initiatives. “We call them WIGS, or wildly important goals,” Greenberg said at a symposium in the fall that focused on her department’s priorities. A central […]