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BIOTECH: Illumina’s New Machine Does Actual Detective Workllumina Inc. has developed a technology that could transform the work done by crime scene investigators, helping to solve cold cases by uncovering the information hidden in degraded DNA.

By Brittany Meiling April 3, 2015 1:14 p.m.   Share

Scripps Researchers Complete Enrollment for Wireless Health Sensor

Researchers with the Scripps Translational Science Institute have completed enrollment in the first clinical trial of the Scanadu Scout, a wireless health sensor that measures four vital signs in a few seconds by touching the device to the forehead.

Lynx Technology Acquires PacketVideo Operations

San Diego-based Lynx Technology acquired the North American and European operations of PacketVideo five months ago for undisclosed terms. A publicist for Lynx said that the deal, which closed March 27, called for delaying an announcement until September.

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Kratos Receives Government Contract Worth More Than $8 Million

Kratos Defense & Security Solutions Inc. said on Aug. 28 that its RT Logic subsidiary received a five-year contract from an unspecified U.S. government agency for satellite electronics, as well as initial delivery orders worth more than $8 million.

Wrapify Is Audience Favorite During EvoNexus Demo Day

Wrapify, a business that mixes advertising-emblazoned cars, GPS information, crowdsourcing and other computer technology to deliver outdoor advertising, was the audience favorite during the EvoNexus Demo Day on Aug. 27 at the University of California San Diego.

SDG&E Reaches a Renewable Energy Milestone, With an Assist From the Weather

San Diego Gas & Electric marked a milestone last week when it generated a record 1,042 megawatts — more than the Encina power station in Carlsbad — from renewable energy.

CYBER CHAMPS: Mike Davis CEO/CISO, ACMEcyber College/Degree: MSEE - Electrical Engineering

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EveryStory Lets You Share Both the Telling and the Tales Online

Though their technology is driven by logic, Ed Cox and Dave Keene have a sales pitch that is pure emotion.

Inventor’s Device Aims for Better Way to Get Medicine to Lungs

BIOTECH: NIH and Defense Department Interested in Invention

For Donovan B. Yeates, building a better mousetrap means building a better medical device.

Settlement Allows TIG To Refocus on Clients

TECH: Co. Says Going to Court Was Not a Workable Option

Technology Integration Group is free from a two-year specter of federal indictment and trying to rehabilitate customer relations after prosecutors said this month the computer systems designer paid $10.5 million to end potential criminal and civil claims that TIG overcharged a federal laboratory for Dell computers.

PUC Policy Looms Over Solar Horizon

ENERGY: Obama Plan Helps, But State Role More Impactful

President Obama introduced a bevy of initiatives this month to promote clean-energy growth in America’s homes and on its rooftops.

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Qualcomm to Sell Licenses to Its Wireless Spectrum in the U.K. to 2 Companies

Qualcomm Inc. said Aug. 26 that it has agreed to sell licenses to its wireless spectrum in the United Kingdom to two companies.

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EDF Renewable Acquires Own Energy Inc.

San Diego-based EDF Renewable Energy said it had acquired Brooklyn’s Own Energy Inc., a developer of midsized wind projects.

Qualcomm Chips Reportedly to Be in Some Next-Generation Samsung Galaxy Models

Qualcomm Inc. may be regaining a spot in some of Samsung’s next-generation smartphones, according to an Aug. 23 research note from Timothy Arcuri at Cowen & Co.

The Sum of This Company's Parts Is Impressive

For, the odometer just rolled past 999,999.

CYBER CHAMPS: Scott Maxwell SVP, Chief IT Security Officer, San Diego County Credit Union

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