Wisconsin firm microchips its employees
By IVAN MORENO
The technology is available in Europe but company leaders say this is its first appearance in the U.S. Initially, the chips will let people open doors, log on to computers and buy snacks.
Tech trouble? Schools training students to help
By MELISSA KOSSLER DUTTON
Dennis Harper started a nonprofit in Tumwater called Generation Yes to help school districts develop student-led technology programs.
MyDJC | Breaking News | Traffic | Business | Construction | Real Estate | Architecture & Engineering | Environment | Machinery | Technology | Weekend
Copyright 2017 Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce