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With San Diego Expertise, ASML Makes Microchips Smaller

TECHNOLOGY: Extreme Ultraviolet Laser Light Makes It Possible

Nanome Partners With Fujitsu

Nanome a virtual reality software company has entered into an agreement with Fujitsu.

Citadel Defense Gets $12.2M Contract for Anti-Drone Tech

Specific Defense Department Customer Was Not Disclosed

Omnitracs to Buy Vehicle Tech Provider SmartDrive for $450M

TECHNOLOGY: Two Companies’ Systems Complement Each Other

SmartDrive Systems, which offers video safety and telematics technology to operators of big-rig trucks and transit vehicles, has agreed to be bought by Dallas-based Omnitracs LLC.

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General Atomics Aeronautical Makes $189M Sale to Belgium

DEFENSE: Contract Closely Follows U.K. Deal Announced in July

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Carlsbad Co. Uses RFID to Better Manage Inventory

TECH: Designs, Manufactures Healthcare Supply Chain Solutions

Startup San Diego Selects Five For Inaugural Program

Startup San Diego, the nonprofit that puts on the largest startup conference in the region, has launched its Entrepreneur-in-Residence (EIR) program and selected five local entrepreneurs for its inaugural cohort.

Sony Sees Opportunity

TECH: Co. To Build Out Education Line

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Qualcomm Is on a Mission to Mars

Snapdragon 801 Processor Runs Ingenuity Helicopter

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Cubic to Provide Up to $172M in GATR Antennas to Special Operations Command

Other Recent Deals Include Building for Ship Simulator

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GoSite Raises $16M Series A to Expand its Global Footprint

Co. Has More Than 6,000 Merchants Using Its Platform

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Padres Plan Tech Upgrades

SPORTS: Team to Add 5G To Petco Park

TOOTRiS Launches Learning Hubs Program

San Diego-based TOOTRiS, a service provider that connects parents to high-quality child care, has launched its Learning Hubs program.

Cubic Satellite Gear Deal Worth Up to $172M

The U.S. Special Operations Command announced on Aug. 3 that it awarded the GATR Technologies subsidiary of Cubic Corp. a five-year, indefinite delivery, indefinite quality contract that could be worth as much as $172 million.

Contact Tracing Startup Gives Local Cos. Peace Of Mind

STARTUP: Co. Helps Employers Track Symptoms And Reduce Contact

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Cox Charities Awards Scholarships to 25 Students

Cox Charities, the philanthropic arm of Cox Communications, awarded $77,000 in scholarships to 25 deserving San Diego County students this year. Here are the winning students and where they plan to study.

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