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Google’s Sergey Brin promotes Google Glass at TED 2013 conference

Yesterday Google co-founder Sergey Brin surprised the TED 2013 audience with an unannounced guest appearance. Brin’s short talk focused on Google’s newest innovation, Google Glass.

Google Glass will eventually combine the functionality of a smartphone with a pair of streamlined glasses.  The Google Glass visual display appears in the center of […]

Apple becomes the next high-profile cyber attack victim

Earlier this week, Apple disclosed that some of its employees’ computers were infected with malware in a cyber attack. This admission comes on the heels of other large organizations being hacked in recent weeks, including many media organizations, Facebook, Twitter, and the U.S. Department of Energy.

The hack was blamed on […]

Tech News – Week in Review

Nothing changes faster than technology. Below we have compiled the news stories that changed the technology landscape this week.

Mashable.com – It may be a good time to stop by your local Apple Store. This week Apple announced the company is lowering the price of the 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina […]

Byte Technology attends Colorado Youth Corps Awards Ceremony

Byte Technology was proud to sponsor and attend the annual Colorado Youth Corps
Awards Ceremony on Monday, February 4, 2013. The organization honored its 2012
Champions and Corpsmembers of the Year, including two state legislators and 10
outstanding youth members from across the state. At the ceremony, legislators on
both sides of the aisle […]

WordPress.com improves its responsive web design

A few weeks ago, WordPress.com announced the beginning of ongoing improvements to responsive web design features for its websites. Responsive web design allows a site to be properly displayed and visually appealing, regardless of whether a website is being viewed on a desktop, tablet, or smartphone.

WordPress is one of several […]

Business leaders can turn to Byte with technology questions

Byte Technology provides open office hours every Friday from 1p.m. to 3p.m. This
time is set aside so that our clients (past, present, and future) can find the answers
they need to technology questions. These office hours are available in both our
Monterey and Denver headquarters.

“We enjoy educating our clients about the different […]

Denver patent office opens temporary location in Lakewood, Colorado

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has set up temporary headquarters for
its Denver branch in Lakewood, Colorado. Theses offices, at the cross streets
of Alameda and Kipling, happen to be just a stone’s throw away from Byte
Technology’s Colorado headquarters. (Just 2.2 miles, according to Google). This
temporary location will allow the Denver […]

Apple reaches 40 billion downloads

The Apple App Store and Google Play are racing to see who can offer the most apps and gather the most consumer loyalty for its app platform.

Apple happened to end 2012 with quite the upswing in the app market. In a press release on January 7th, Apple reported they had […]

Are Denver and Boulder the next Silicon Valley?

“A hub of start-up activity.”
“A hub of innovation and entrepreneurial activity.”
“The next Silicon Valley.”

These are terms used by journalists to describe the Denver/Boulder area. Lots of business-minded eyes look to Denver and the Front Range as strong centers of growth for start-ups and venture capital, particularly in the tech […]

Holiday spending disappoints, while online spending increases

The early holiday numbers are in, and they don’t look pretty.

Consumer spending did not live up to retailer’s holiday hopes this season. Despite predictions of 13% more spending this Christmas, shoppers spent less than 1% more this year over 2011. Analysts wondered if shoppers were deterred from spending by several […]