Silicon Flatirons: Highlights of the Digital Broadband Migration Conference

The Internet should be guided by the Prime Directive, so says CU Law Dean Phil…

How to beat Congress at its own game on SOPA/PIPA

An A-list of seasoned political insiders are lending their talents to help the tech community fight SOPA/PIPA, the evil twin copyright bills speeding through…

World’s most innovative biz also lie, cheat and steal

Sure, the global economy is in a panic and our patent system is a trainwreck. Despite gloomy current events, we here at Tekhne are suckers for a pretty infographic. But sometimes you’ve got to…

UPDATED: Cybersecurity conference sidles into Denver Tech Center

Internet crimes are no longer the shaddowy domain of spooks and hackers. Tekhne will be on hand to live blog the Cybersecurity Summit West and its star-studded roster of military, law enforcement and private…

The Obama Tech Policy Agenda: A Perspective of the White House

CU Law Dean and former White House innovation adviser Phil Weiser is leading the charge on technology policy and law. The barbarians are at the gate. Congress, your…

Election 2011: Startups win!

Don’t screw with Longmont. Outspent 60:1 by the cable industry, Longmont won back the right to decide the future of its city-owned Internet fiber loop. Boulder came up big too. Denver, not so…

Spinning fiber optic glass into gold for Longmont startups

Fourteen years has got to be the Guinness World Record for eating your own…

When is a burrito a sandwich? Delicious adventures in IP law.

Slap the filling of your choice between two pieces of bread. Voila! Sandwich. So says a judge, a strict sandwich constructionist, in a case pitting Panera Bread against Qdoba Mexican Grill in a cautionary…