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The Denver Post

Denver, CO, United States

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Past articles by Andy:

Review: Chromebooks are on the rise, but they're not for everyone

The flavor of the month is Chromebook, a budget laptop powered by Chrome OS, Google's barebones, web-based operating system. → Read More

Hot or not? Denver's eBags Obsession allows shoppers to rate handbags

Greenwood Village-based eBags, an online retailer, is rolling out a new feature that harkens back to the days of HotOrNot - the dot-com era sensation that allowed users to quickly rate the attractiveness of others. → Read More

Cabbies cry foul over Metro Taxi's credit card mandate

In recent weeks, Metro Taxi has been pushing its drivers to use the company's credit card processing system rather than third-party services such as Squar → Read More

WPP subsidiary, Possible, buys Denver mobile app shop Double Encore

A subsidiary of London-based advertising and public relations agency WPP announced this week that it has acquired Denver mobile app developer Double Encore. → Read More

Ergen: Crash of Sprint deal to buy T-Mobile gives Dish more options

Dish Network chairman Charlie Ergen said Wednesday that the Douglas County satellite-TV company has more options to enter the wireless business now that S → Read More

CenturyLink to turn Denver into a Gig City with 1 gigabit per second

CenturyLink will announce Tuesday that it is bringing super-fast broadband to Denver residents and businesses, offering speeds of up to 1 gigabit per se → Read More

Denver's BarBets app now accepting wagers

Denver-based BarBets allows sports bar customers to win discounts on food and drinks by non-money wagers on games via a smartphone app. → Read More

Ballot measure to allow casino gambling at racetracks gets green light

A measure proposing to legalize casino gambling at the Arapahoe Park racetrack in Aurora received the green light Monday from Colorado Secretary of State → Read More

CenturyLink deal boosts Broncos stadium Wi-Fi but access limited

Denver Broncos boost in-stadium Wi-Fi with help from CenturyLink, but for now, only Verizon customers can tap in. → Read More

Denver Broncos team with CenturyLink to bolster Wi-Fi at Mile High

CenturyLink and the Denver Broncos announced Thursday a sponsorship deal that should significantly improve Internet connectivity and speeds for certain fans at Sports Authority Field at Mile High on game days. → Read More

Drizly partners with Denver's Argonaut Liquor on home booze delivery

Drizly smartphone app launches in Denver, offering home delivery of beer, wine, booze from Argonaut Liquor. → Read More

On-demand alcohol delivery via Drizly's smartphone app comes to Denver

An app startup that offers home delivery of booze is launching service in Denver on Wednesday. Drizly, based in Boston, has partnered with Argonaut Liquor for the service. → Read More

Denver police open investigation into bizarre UberX incident near DIA

Denver cops open investigation into why passenger was questioned about his choice of rides when speeding UberX driver was pulled over near Denver Internat → Read More

Denver police looking into incident involving UberX, cop and passenger

A member of the Denver Police Department apparently believes UberX is illegal in Colorado, even though Gov. John Hickenlooper officially authorized the ride-sharing service last month. → Read More

Boulder-based Zayo Group files to raise $100 million in IPO

Boulder-based Zayo Group filed Wednesday plans to raise up to $100 million in an initial public offering, a long anticipated move for the Internet network operator. → Read More

Denver tech community fighting controversial tax on software services

Software startup Cloud Elements, which relocated its headquarters to Denver from Centennial about two weeks ago, is considering moving back. → Read More

Tech startup TalentRiot scraps plan to relocate to city

Last week, TalentRiot founder Fernando Cardenas checked out office space in Denver as part of plans to relocate his startup's headquarters to the city. → Read More

T-Mobile's Un-carrier 5.0 (and 6) and AT&T's Amazon Fire Phone win

T-Mobile and AT&T, now bitter rivals after nearly merging in 2011, fought for attention Wednesday with new product and service announcements. → Read More

Level 3 to acquire tw telecom for $5.7 billion, CEO Herda to exit

Level 3 Communications will acquire tw telecom for about $5.7 billion in cash and stock, or $40. → Read More

Denver startup offers lower prices on hotel stays than Expedia, Orbitz

The Internet is littered with third-party options for hotel reservations, from Expedia to Orbitz to Priceline. → Read More