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A talented student in Aurora, Colorado, could soon have her art on the Google homepage for hundreds of millions to see. Google is announcing the 53 state and territory winners in its ninth annual Doodle 4 Google competition, a contest open to K-12 students across the United States to redesign…

Yesterday, Google released its 16th Annual Year in Search, an in-depth look at the stories, people, and topics that captured the world’s attention this year. Below are the Top Trending searches, news/events, people, films and “near me” that Denver wanted to know more about in 2016. Top-trending Denver searches 2016: COPA America…

People from throughout Colorado and across the globe can explore some of the state’s most beautiful and scenic locations from the comfort of their computers or mobile devices following today’s Google Maps release of more than 40 new Street View images from the Centennial State. From exploring the Mesa Trail beneath the Flatirons…

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2015 Year in Search

Denverites in 2015 were interested in the hometown NFL team’s schedule, a hurricane, a movie about dinosaurs and the fate of NBA star Lamar Odom, according to data compiled by Google and releases as part of its Year in Search earlier this week. We’re interested in Google, of course, as…

Google at Galvanize

At Colorado’s first Google Demo Day at Galvanize, sixteen Colorado startups had three minutes to pitch their budding businesses to a panel of judges including the creme de la creme of Denver tech, media, and business. These startup CEOs participated in gDemo Day in hopes of winning a trip to…

Hacking for good

About 120 coders, hackers, and software developers from around the region gathered at Galvanize in Denver on a sunny Saturday morning for the very first Google GovDev Challenge, a two-day live coding competition. The Google GovDev Challenge was created with the intent to improve citizen service, as well as to…