The draft FCC broadband maps show Colorado is covered by fast broadband service. But are we? The state wants residents to help check the map
Colorado to receive $8.3M under privacy settlement with Google
Under the national agreement, Google is required to make its location-tracking practices more clear with users
What’s Working: People with a felony record are getting more opportunities from Colorado employers
Workers with a felony in their past could really use Honest Jobs. Plus: Denver’s slowing inflation rate puts it among “least rising” in U.S., fraud updates and more!
Key findings from Boulder’s heat mapping project will help scientists find ways to keep the city cool
The hottest areas of Boulder aren’t only in commercial areas. They’re often in places with more affordable housing residents.
New app is helping Coloradans to discover the forgotten Black history of the West
The Black History Trail is part of a larger History Colorado project to honor communities that have regularly faced discrimination
How Colorado plans to cover 99% of the state with super-fast internet
Brandy Reitter, who experiences subpar broadband service while living in Eagle, is leading the Broadband Office’s effort to spend nearly $1 billion in federal funds to get Coloradans access to fiber internet
Colorado’s Ute Mountain Utes get closer to gigabit internet after $22.7 million federal award
The federal funds are aimed at connecting unserved tribal communities in Colorado and Utah to broadband
Colorado’s state government homepage remains offline after cyberattack
The state’s IT department says other sites and state services, like renewing a driver’s license, are not affected.
FCC visits Denver to tout free internet subsidy that 80% of eligible Coloradans are ignoring
About 80% of Colorado households eligible for $30 to $75 a month to pay for internet service don’t seem to want the free benefit. Or perhaps, they just don’t know about it. That’s why Geoffrey Starks, a commissioner with the U.S. Federal Communications Commission, dropped by A.B. Hirschfeld Towers in Denver on Wednesday. He wanted […]
Researchers in Colorado have figured out what makes air conditioners consume so much energy. It’s not the heat.
This just in from the laboratory: When it comes to the air conditioner chugging away in the window, it’s not the heat — but the humidity that’s causing it to work overtime. An analysis by researchers at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory in Golden found that on average more than half of the energy used […]