It’s the state’s Advanced Industries program, which has provided $128 million in grants to early-stage companies in the past decade. So, what do taxpayers get out of it?
Colorado repealed law limiting municipal internet, making it easier for towns to build their own
More than 160 cities, towns and counties opted out of Senate Bill 152, and some built their own gigabit service that was 4,000 times faster. But there were other reasons for the repeal.
Colorado’s effort to attract more federal broadband funding seems to be working
After challenging thousands of incorrect data points on a national map, Colorado stands to gain millions of dollars more in federal funding
The Colorado Sun isn’t robocalling you. Here’s what to do if you get a call.
Get a robocall from a Colorado Sun selling solar panels? It’s not from us. Here are some ways to make the calls stop
Here’s how Colorado plans to slow global warming using carbon capture
New machine to draw carbon from air in Brighton may be North America’s largest effort, in VIP launch. But is there a “moral hazard”?
Digging into Colorado’s top consumer complaints, from the death of robocalls to incompetent contractors
Notably absent for the second year in a row were fraudulent and unwanted telephone calls.
Colorado goes analog to boost affordable internet program after just 23% of eligible households join
The federal Affordable Connectivity Program provides up to $30 a month to pay for internet service. State participation rate is lower than the national rate.
Deadline nears for correcting Colorado locations with terrible broadband service
Accuracy in the new national broadband map is key in determining how much of the $42.5 billion in broadband infrastructure funds Colorado could receive.
From Blue Origin to Zoom, Colorado’s economic wins didn’t slow down in 2022
A waning economy? Not if you look at the number of companies that chose Colorado to expand or plop down their headquarters this year.
Colorado awarded $5.9 million to figure out how to use $100 million to improve broadband service
The planning and digital equity grants come from the Department of Commerce as part of the massive infrastructure bill passed by Congress.