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The U.S. Navy has tapped Rear Adm. David H. Lewis to be the next commander of Spawar.
AT&T Inc. said it is considering putting high-speed Internet connectivity in San Diego and 20 other metro areas in the United States.
“Making It in America” is the title of a three and half-day conference aimed at making connections for local innovators with business representatives from China, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam.
Carlsbad-based Everyday Energy took part in a White House conference on solar energy April 17.
Beehives are synonymous with activity, and the people running downtown San Diego’s CyberHive seem to be making big moves with several new projects.
TECH: Foneclay Gives User Creative App Making Power
Isaac Eteminan wants Foneclay to be the next big thing in smartphones.
Tech: Qualcomm Continues to Grow Profitably, While Many Cos. In Sector Lag on the Bottom Line
Fiscal 2013 was not a year to expect a profit from one of the region’s publicly traded technology businesses — unless you held shares in Qualcomm Inc.
Kyocera Corp., the Kyoto, Japan-based conglomerate that has been in San Diego since 1971, said it consolidated some of its recently acquired businesses into its main subsidiary here, Kyocera America.
StartUp San Diego has set June 17-21 for its second annual San Diego Startup Week.
Two San Diego companies have announced new chief financial officers.
Novatel Wireless Inc.’s technology supporting usage-based insurance, or UBI, will be used by Chipin B.V. in serving the Belgium, Netherlands and Luxemburg markets, the companies announced.
Carlsbad-based Alternative Energy Systems Consulting Inc. is installing intelligent electric vehicle charging systems at University of California, San Diego.
San Diego-based SmartDriveSystems’ event recording system will be rolled out across the nationwide fleet operated by logistics provider Kenco, according to an announcement from SmartDrive.
San Diego-based Peregrine Semiconductor Inc. announced on April 9 that it plans to introduce its UltraCMOS Global 1 microchip to the Chinese telecom market.
The U.S. Navy claims that it has produced a hydrocarbon fuel made from seawater. Scientists at the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory said they demonstrated the concept in mid-2013, using the fuel to fly a scale model airplane with a stock, two-stroke engine.