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Charging infrastructure for electrical vehicles in Colorado to get a jolt from feds as EV sales continue to grow

With electric vehicle registrations in November eclipsing 10% of all new Colorado vehicle registrations for the first time ever and $57 million in federal aid headed to the state to help build out charging networks and capacity over the next five years, Colorado is now in a “brave new world” when it comes to how people power themselves from one place to another.

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Netflix and then internet of fads

A lot of people are watching the Netflix movie “Red Notice” right now, just as many of us were glued to “Squid Game” a couple of months ago. Before that, there was “Tiger King,” “Bridgerton,” “The Queen’s Gambit,” “Emily in Paris,” “You” and “Bird Box.”

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Are Apple AirTags being used to track people and steal cars?

An AirTag is a 1.26-inch disc with location-tracking capabilities that Apple started selling earlier this year as a way “to keep track of your stuff.” Estrada, 24, didn’t own one, nor did the friends she was with. The notification on her phone said the AirTag had first been spotted with her four hours earlier. A map of the AirTag’s history showed the zigzag path Estrada had driven across the city while running errands.

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Web3/Crypto: Why Bother?

One thing that keeps surprising me is how quite a few people see absolutely nothing redeeming in web3 (née crypto). Maybe this is their genuine

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“We can’t broadcast through a mountain”: Colorado’s first responders sometimes hit digital dead zones

BAYFIELD — There’s a digital dead zone in Fire Chief Bruce Evans’ 282-square-mile district in southwest Colorado, right up where the Upper Pine River Fire Protection District brushes against wildland and national forest. No cell coverage. No internet access. Even the radio goes quiet. For Sean Caffrey, at the Crested Butte fire department, signal cuts […]

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