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Qualcomm Inc. announced that it was venturing into the world of 64-bit processing with the introduction of its Snapdragon 410 cellphone microchip.
San Diego- based EDF Renewable Energy and UBS International Infrastructure Fund announced that they have signed a definitive agreement for a wind farm partnership.
San Diego Gas & Electric, a unit of San Diego based Sempra Energy, said it donated a 66-acre parcel of land, in the Cleveland National Forest bordering a one mile stretch of Highway 79 known as the Descanso Junction, to the U.S. Forest Service.
San Diego-based Sapphire Energy Inc. and Phillips 66 announced a strategic joint development agreement aimed at advancing the commercialization of algae crude oil.
Qualcomm Inc. is touting a series of new devices that could give retailers a boost in identifying interested shoppers in their stores.
San Diego-based life sciences software company Accelrys Inc. has acquired Ireland-based Qumas for $50 million in cash.
San Diego-based Active Network’s race registration software now supports “mob” events, the company said recently.
Imagine Communications has agreed to be acquired by Colorado-based Harris Broadcast.
TECH: Company Is San Diego’s Largest, Employs 31,000 Worldwide
Qualcomm Inc. — big and iconic and long past its splashy 25th anniversary in 2010 — continued to grow like a spry young company in 2013.
Reaction Design, a San Diego developer of chemistry simulation software, said it entered into a definitive merger agreement with Ansys Inc., a Pittsburgh maker of engineering software.
Sense4Baby Inc. — a developer of a remote, wireless maternal-fetal heart rate monitoring system to perform nonstress testing for high-risk pregnancies on a smartphone or tablet — received 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and a CE mark from the European Commission to commercialize its medical device.
Kratos Defense & Security Solutions Inc.’s Public Safety & Security Solutions division recently received some $4.25 million in security system integration awards at New York’s World Trade Center facility.
Hisense Group, one of China’s top TV and electronics manufacturers, is using a MaxLinear tuner, the MxL661 in a new line of televisions.
Peregrine Semiconductor Corp. (Nasdaq: PSMI) has opened new lab facilities and expanded technical resources at its sales offices in the United Kingdom, Korea and China, the company announced.