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How intelligent is the Amazon Tap when it comes to homework?

Amazon’s Alexa can do much more than order a pizza or offer a weather update. The artificially-intelligent software in Amazon Taps and Echos learns. Or does it? Ms. Morgan’s fifth-grade class in Highlands Ranch helps us test out Alexa as homework helper.

Stryd: Heck yeah, we’re from Boulder

If running 10 percent more efficiently could help you shave 30 seconds off your next 5K run, would you?

Arrow Electronics ups its Indiegogo support with $1 million offered to makers of tech products

Arrow Electronics sweetened the crowdfunding pot by announcing Thursday that it will offer $1 million in funding to a variety of Indiegogo campaigns with products deemed fit for manufacturing.

FullContact buys company in India to add a human touch to human contacts

FullContact’s dynamic address book is expected to become more user-friendly with the Denver company’s purchase of Profoundis, a company in India that uses humans to verify data.

CSU greets students with 3-D move-in map

As Colorado State University students moved into their dorms last week, they could plot out their routes with a special interactive “Moving Day” campus map.

Back to school with gadgets and other handy Internet of Things

Back to school often means great deals on a new computer. But it’s also a good time to check out new technology that just may make life easier for another year as a student.

If Edward Snowden starts talking to you on the big screen, you know this isn’t a regular movie

Fathom Events, based in the Denver Tech Center, has figured out not only how to get people back into movie theaters, but get them to pay extra for a show. The company, which limits most of its events between Mondays and Thursdays, has sold 4 million tickets this year for $12 to $30 each.

CenturyLink says Prism TV service available to 500,000 Denver homes

As other pay-for-TV providers flounder, CenturyLink says its Prism TV service is growing. But the company won’t say exactly how many of the 500,000 eligible homes have subscribed to the service.

Groupon To Go picks Denver as first market to expand outside of Chicago

Groupon picked Denver as the first city to expand its Groupon To Go delivery service. The Chicago company began a pilot program in its hometown last year.

Facebook hates ad blockers so much it now blocks them

Facebook is blocking ad blockers on the desktop version of its service, saying well-made, relevant ads can be “useful.”

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