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Get ready to build! Hands-on toys that teach are hot

Toys that teach aren’t a new thing, but a growing number are calling for kids to build with blocks, circuits or everyday items before reaching for a tablet screen.

Sue Lani Madsen: Agriculture more important to Washington than high-tech

Agriculture still is an important economic driver in Washington, and unlike the high-tech industry, ag jobs can’t easily be shipped overseas.

F5 Networks officially opens expanded office in Liberty Lake

F5 Networks officially opened its second Liberty Lake office on Monday, bringing the Seattle company’s workforce in Eastern Washington to 200 people.

Eye on Boise: Laid-off Boise tech workers should have pick of jobs

BOISE – Here’s an example of how sought-after software engineers are in Boise: Several years after German software industry giant SAP bought out Sybase, another large company with a Boise …

Idaho relaxes software taxes

BOISE – Multimillion-dollar software installations by corporations will be tax-free in Idaho on July 1, while downloads of e-books or entertainment software will still be taxed under a new law …

Las Vegas gadget show raises bar for technology

LAS VEGAS – The biggest gadget trade show in the Americas is wrapped up and this year, “wearable” computing was big, along with various 3-D technologies, especially 3-D printing. Wearable …

Panel says tax shouldn’t apply to cloud services

BOISE – At the request of Idaho’s high-tech businesses, the Idaho House’s tax committee agreed Friday to introduce legislation to clarify that cloud computing services delivered over the Internet are …

New memoir highlights tension between Allen, Gates

NEW YORK — In a memoir out next month, Microsoft Corp. co-founder Paul Allen details tensions in his relationship with Bill Gates, including a scene from 1982, when he overheard …