Developments with Google Maps

The latest in a recent string of updated features is Google Maps Q&A. You'll find it only on mobile & it allows you to post questions about Denver businesses.

iFixit finds dust covers in latest MacBook Pro keyboard

Apple released a refreshed MacBook Pro this week and top among the new features is a tweaked keyboard. Apple says its quieter than the last version and in our tests, we agree. But iFixit found somethi

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New Development For Google Maps - Q&A

The latest in a recent string of updated features is Google Maps Q&A. You'll find it only on mobile, and it allows you to post questions about the business.

Apple announces clean energy fund in China

Apple has announced a new investment fund to foster clean energy usage in China. The company isn’t just trying to switch its own offices and facilities. Apple is also working with its suppliers to e

Sales of PCs just grew for the first time in six years

Don’t look now, but the PC might not be dead. According to Gartner, collector of marketshare and industry metrics, worldwide shipments of personal computers just experienced the first year-over-year

Adobe could bring Photoshop to the iPad

Adobe currently has three dozens apps in the App Store. But one app is still missing. According to a report from Bloomberg, the company could be working on a full-fledged version of Photoshop for the

Blue Origin could charge $200k-$300k for a trip to space

How much would you pay to leave our dumpster fire of a world for just a few minutes? Blue Origin is considering charging $200,000 to $300,000 according to a Reuters report. For that price, passengers

The Rising STAR robot can run, flip, and crawl

A clever little robot made by researchers at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev can roll around, flip itself over, and even crawl like a turtle through rough terrain. The robot uses wheels, a set of s

Summer road trip tech essentials and extras

Makula Dunbar Contributor Makula Dunbar is a writer with Wirecutter. More posts by this contributor Gear for making outdoor fitness more enjoyable Gadgets and small appliances that will keep you in th

You can now stream to your Sonos devices via AirPlay 2

Newer Sonos devices and “rooms” now appear as AirPlay 2-compatible devices, allowing you to stream audio to them via Apple devices. The solution is a long time coming for Sonos which promised AirP

Thai soccer team cave rescue helped by Denver company’s 3D Earth mapping abilities

An Arapahoe County-based geo-tech firm, which has been in the business of 3D mapping the Earth for three decades, was contacted by rescuers on June 27, three days after the boys and their coach went m

How Apple’s app store changed our world

A decade ago, Apple opened a store peddling iPhone apps, unlocking the creativity of software developers and letting users truly make their mobile devices their own.

Court victory legalizes 3D-printable gun blueprints

A multi-year legal battle over the ability to distribute computer models of gun parts and replicate them in 3D printers has ended in defeat for government authorities who sought to prevent the practic

Nerf updates laser tag with smartphone AR

There’s nothing like a great new toy to make you mourn the ghost of bygone youth. I don’t have the opportunity to try many out at this job, but when I do, there’s an invariable pang of jealousy

Is Video Marketing Effective?

Video Marketing – Timely, Efficient and Targeted Online users are consuming video at an ever-increasing rate, with the average person watching an hour and a half of video daily. More than 3 billion

The Cost of Traffic

We’re spending more time in traffic, and it’s really costing us! How much, exactly? Here in the Denver metro area we are spending an extra 52 hours each year in our cars due to congestion. And, ou

Member News

Read about our members in the news: Jefferson County Public Library. Our members work hard every day to make the Denver metro area a great place to do business. We want to keep you in the know about t

Overcoming the Summertime Sales Blues

Summer is right around the corner. Is your sales pipeline ready? Some businesses do have seasonality, when sales are brisk in one season and slower in another. The key to success in consistent, monthl

Google announces $2.8M in grants, office space to Boulder tech education

Google on Thursday announced it would donate about $2.8 million in office space and grant money to support two technology education initiatives based in Boulder.

What Makes A Great Article Title?

Writing a Catchy Title Tag As more than two million blog articles are published daily, it is increasingly difficult to direct the attention of internet users to specific content. Good blog posts fade

What to know about Apple’s iOS 12 beta

Anyone can now try out the early version of Apple's iOS 12, after the company released a test of the operating system to the public. That means anyone willing to take a risk with unfinished software c

Member News

Read about our members in the news: Freedom 4 Miler, KLJ , Junior League of Denver, University of Colorado Boulder, Westminster Public Schools Foundation and Adoption Option. Our members work hard e

Prosperity for All of Denver

You earn more over the course of your lifetime, you are less likely to be unemployed and your children have better health and educational outcomes when you achieve post-secondary credentials. That mea

Justices adopt digital-age privacy rules to track cellphones

Police generally need a warrant to look at records that reveal where cellphone users have been, the Supreme Court ruled Friday in a big victory for privacy interests in the digital age.

CU researchers launch “cyberbullying detector” program for social media

Researchers at the University of Colorado Boulder have developed a new tool in the fight against bullying on social media platforms.

Colorado: A Mile Closer to Space

Colorado’s aerospace industry is  generating buzz. Consider this: We hold the No. 1 spot for private-sector aerospace workers per capita; we are home to the second-largest aerospace economy; and mo

A Boulder company fighting Chinese knockoffs points to little-known culprit: China can ship packages for $1.42

It all started when a steel ball and magnet became one of the more effective ways to prop up a smartphone back in 2012. The Steelie phone holder was just a newborn from a machine shop in Boulder.

German fitness company could add 285 Boulder jobs

The Colorado Economic Development Commission on Thursday approved $2.9 million in job-growth incentive tax credits for a German maker of fitness equipment  if it locates 285 jobs in Boulder.

Network Better On and Off the Golf Course

The golf course is one of the prominent places for networking; it helps people to find a common ground and get to know each other and their businesses outside of the boardroom. The Chamber’s sold ou

Glassdoor puts Ibotta chief on list of 2018 Top CEOs

Ibotta CEO Bryan Leach was named on Glassdoor's list of Top CEOs in 2018. Ibotta is a Denver based mobile technology company that allows users to earn cash back on in-store and mobile purchases via t

How to Find Good Keywords

Tips for Keyword Research & Usage Is it more important to write for users or for Google? Many webmasters do not understand why, despite the high-quality content, they are unable to increase visits

Summer in Colorado

Colorado is a summer destination where people from all over the world visit to see our beautiful Rocky Mountains and enjoy our arts and culture venues from Red Rocks to the Denver Museum of Nature and

2018 Legislative Recap

The Chamber identified key priorities for the 2018 legislative session, from expanding the uses for reclaimed water to promoting more workforce development opportunities for youth. Perhaps the biggest

8 Free Marketing Resources for Your Biz

In the marketing world things are always evolving – from the most-loved social platform to the average length of a video. But you don’t have to go through all of these changes alone (or spend a to

Using Influencer Marketing vs Celebrity Marketing

High Engagement Influencers We’ve all seen the testimonials from celebrities on how much they love a specific product and use it in their daily routine, which generally helps to boost brand recall.

GDPR and Metadata – What’s the Big Deal?

Metadata Is Critical For GDPR Compliance I’ve received so many emails, updates, and confirmations about the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which I knew was a big deal, but also somewhat

What Are Alt Tags And How To Use Them Properly

What is an Alt Attribute? An alt tag is an HTML code that is used to describe images that appear on web pages for search engine purposes. Also known as alt description or alt attribute, alt tags help

How Can My Company Utilize Mobile Marketing?

Mobile Marketing Solutions For Maximum Customer Reach Because of the tough competition in today’s business world, fresh-faced entrepreneurs and long-standing businesses alike never stop looking for

Schema Markup – Does my website need it?

What is Structured Data? If you work in the realm of website development, you have probably heard of the terms structured data, rich snippets, and schema markup. However, if you are a local business o

Are you using Google My Business Posts?

One of Google’s features released in mid-2017 is Google My Business (GMB) Posts. If you aren’t using posts yet, you should be! Posts allow you to showcase products, services, events, or special d

Benefits of Video Ads

Powerful Reasons To Choose Video Marketing Pay-per-click (PPC) advertising is an effective way to bring more traffic to a website landing page. It is an online model in which advertisers display their

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