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It wasn’t that long ago that the Granite State had a sizable technology sector, with companies lured by the state’s low taxes and business-friendly reputation. But where New Hampshire once reaped the benefits of its proximity to the Massachusetts technology belt, today its distance from the urban innovation scene is a disadvantage.More →

There’s a high-tech startup in Kendall Square that has hired 50 new workers in the last five months, expects to generate roughly $100 million in revenue this year, and is moving quickly toward an initial public offering of stock. And hardly anyone has heard of it. Why? It looks ­almost nothing like the stereotype of a hot consumer technology firm.More →