what can i take with phenergan to lower a fever phenergan dosage for children pronounce phenergan can you give phenergan im

Category Archives: Technology

Ibotta adds deep-linking technology to offer up to 40 percent cash-back rebates

When Ibotta linked its mobile-app users to cash rebates from online stores three years ago, the experiment failed. Miserably.

Take it from Longmont middle-schoolers: You can win the national app contest, too

Little did they know their idea would sweep the state and regional competition levels in January, eventually winning them Best in Nation out of thousands of schools and bring home $20,000 for Altona.

Russian hackers said to have targeted Arizona election system

Hackers targeted voter registration systems in Illinois and Arizona, and the FBI alerted Arizona officials in June that Russian hackers were behind the assault on the election system in that state.

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?

Solar company granted state incentives leaving Denver, cutting 220 jobs

SMA Solar Technology AG, which received a state incentive plan valued at $2 million, said it will start closing its Denver manufacturing facility at the end of the year and cut 220 full-time workers.

DU program tackles lack of cybersecurity experts amid rise in computer hacking attacks

With a string of high-profile hacks in the news, and officials from hospitals, banks and even the Democratic National Committee searching for ways to protect their information and ward off breaches, DU is joining the fight with a new fast-track program to train cybersecurity experts.

World’s first self-driving taxis debut in Singapore

The world’s first self-driving taxis began picking up passengers in Singapore starting Thursday.

Lockheed gives CU Boulder $3 million to fund space communications research

Aerospace giant Lockheed Martin is giving $3 million to the University of Colorado to fund a research center on radio frequency (RF) technologies and their use in space communications systems.

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.

Secured By miniOrange