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The local University of California campus received a $1.4 million award from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security to explore the global internet and push the frontiers of cybersecurity research.
Thunderbird Products joined San Diego’s Sullivan Solar Power Oct. 25 in announcing the completion of a 74.43-kilowatt-AC photovoltaic installation at its El Cajon manufacturing facility.
Local science technology firm Illumina Inc. is collaborating with North Carolina-based Q2 Solutions to establish a framework for developing companion diagnostics, medical tests that are used “as a companion” to a drug to see if the drug is going to work for the patient.
San Diego business accelerator CONNECT is launching a diversity-focused startup incubator and accelerator program called CONNECT ALL.
Carlsbad-based Ostendo Technologies Inc. recently raised $41.8 million for its business leveraging a novel technology that it has developed. Ostendo makes a microchip that gives a smartphone the ability to project an image on a wall.
San Diego cybersecurity startup PacketSled said this week it had signed a one-year contract with the city of San Diego to strengthen its “smart city” network.
Entrepreneurs and startup folks in San Diego can tune in to the popular Lean Startup Week conference in San Francisco by attending a live stream event at the San Diego Central Library.
San Diego-based Abacus Data Systems Inc. has taken a new name: Abacus Next.
MARKETING: Big Data Gets Personal, Identifying Customers’ Needs, Wants
Digital marketing firm i3 Brands Inc. is developing a mobile app that uses Big Data and geo-fencing to make sure ads are placed before the consumers who are most likely to make purchases.
TECH: Deepak Chopra’s Reputation Should Help In Attracting Users
Wellness guru Dr. Deepak Chopra can only write so many New York Times bestsellers. At some point, if his many followers want to know something as obscure as what supplement to take for reducing jet lag, they’re going to have to download his smartphone app, Jiyo.
Qualcomm Inc. said it is bringing a fifth-generation modem to market, offering a way for wireless devices to communicate at ultra-fast speeds over dedicated radio frequencies.
Qualcomm Inc. appointed Alex Rogers as president of its intellectual property arm, Qualcomm Technology Licensing. Rogers, a 15-year employee, has led Qualcomm’s licensing arm since March and has led its litigation department since 2007.
LRAD Corp. received a $1.3 million order for mobile mass-notification systems, the North County company announced on Oct. 18.
Southern California startups have until 5 p.m. Friday to apply for San Diego Venture Group’s PitchFest.