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InfoShot: 50 states of tech

Silicon Valley might be the most well-known tech hub in the US, but its tech success is not without problems. And there are a number of other cities in the States hoping not to be overlooked, from Columbus, Ohio, to urban Utah, to New York’s Silicon Alley. And while some California might be known as the birthplace of one of technology’s most famous pioneers, Steve Jobs, what about the other states? In this short video, we take a look at each and every one of the United States to see which technology pioneers and entrepreneurs they can claim as their own.

 

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