Category Archives: Apps

Boulder-based TeamSnap acquires Rteamsite.com

Boulder’s TeamSnap Inc. is on a streak. The local firm that develops software to manage the activities of sports teams and organizations kicked off the year with a $2.75 million investmentĀ from the parent company of the Toronto Star. TeamSnap followed … Continue reading

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Boulder’s TeamSnap snaps up competitor Weplay

TeamSnap, a Boulder-based firm that develops software to manage sports teams and organizations, acquired the customer base and technology of Weplay a youth sports-focused social networking and team management site. Financial terms of the acquisition were not immediately disclosed. The … Continue reading

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Quick Left goes Rube Goldberg for latest hackfest & a little side prize for LaunchBoulder readers

At past Quick Left hackfests, developers, designers and other technophiles were given three hours to build the likes of Arduino-powered devices, collaborative web apps and an e-mail card game. For tonight’s hackfest — which runs from 6 p.m. to 10 … Continue reading

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Boulder firm EarthvisionZ powers PGA Tour app

Two years ago, Boulder’s EarthvisionZ — a firm that built a geospatial platform to visualize even the largest of data sets — had a hand in helping people track the Olympians at the 2012 games. EarthvisionZ this week launched an … Continue reading

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Boulder startup MobileDay lands $1M in equity funding

MobileDay, a Boulder-based startup that developed an app that allows one-touch access to conference calls, has raised an additional $1.034 million in funding, according to filings made with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Brad Dupee, a MobileDay co-founder, said the … Continue reading

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Privacy summit/webcast for Boulder application developers today at 4 p.m.

When local attorney JasonĀ Haislmaier had his one-on-ones with the latest batch of Boulder TechStars startups, a common question arose in each discussion: What about data security and privacy? As the use and pure number of mobile applications have grown, so … Continue reading

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Newly launched: Radish Systems/Mobile Ticket App debut “Show Me” technology

When people are plunking down the bucks for a rock show or ball game, a Boulder company is hoping to provide more insight into what seats folks are getting. Boulder’s Radish Systems announced this week that it — through its … Continue reading

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Macaroni art? There’s an app for that.

Fast Company’s Co.Create blog today highlighted Kraft Foods Inc.’s attempt to digitize macaroni art. As Staff Writer Joe Berkowitz quips: A formative experience most kids have in elementary school is seeing the proud (read: indulgent and faintly worried) look on … Continue reading

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Newly launched: DoubleScoop releases app to keep generations in touch

NEWLY LAUNCHED: A Boulder company this week released a free app this week that is designed to connect generations through the use of technology. DoubleScoop developed an eponymous app, which allows children — under the supervision of their parents or … Continue reading

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Precog raises funds to boost data analysis API development

Precog, a Boulder-based startup that provides APIs for data analysis, has raised more than $2 million in equity funding, according to news reports and regulatory filings. The company formerly known as ReportGrid announced a $2 million Series A round while … Continue reading

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