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Carlsbad-based Razer Inc. officially announced on July 27 that it acquired the software assets of Santa Monica-based Ouya Inc., which produces an Android game platform for the television. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Gimbal Inc. has a new CEO in Bay Area tech executive Jeff Russakow.
Opoli Technologies, a transportation app company in the rideshare industry in Southern California, announced a new partnership with BYD Motors Inc. to reduce traffic congestion and emissions in San Diego.
TECH: Co.’s Partnership With NIH Is Big Boost
Two-year-old Liam was hours away from his fifth heart surgery when cardiologist Dr. Peter Manning and his team decided to study a precise 3-D replica of Liam’s heart.
TECH: Survey and Consulting Work Done For Companies and Navy
Kurt Nelson admits that his sales pitch might not seem all that attractive to the typical bank lending officer.
TECH: It Piggybacks On Telematics Systems To Rate Drivers’ Safety
Just how good a driver are you: Excellent? OK? Not so great?
FITNESS: New Device First Of Its Kind to Get FDA OK
DJO Global is launching a new device for fitness buffs that uses electricity and wireless technology to activate muscles.
Mitek Systems Inc., creator of mobile check deposit technology, said Thursday it saw record third-quarter revenue of $6.4 million in the three months ending in June, up nearly 38 percent from the same period last year.
Wireless communications giant Qualcomm Inc. plans to lay off 15 percent of its staff as part of what it calls a “strategic realignment.” The company laid out its plan on July 22.
The days before wireless giant Qualcomm’s third quarter earnings call have turned into a media circus, with outlets speculating on possible layoffs and whether the company might entertain a suggestion to break itself up.
San Diego-based Genomatica and Cargill have entered into a collaboration agreement to accelerate the production of renewable chemicals for industrial applications.
MyDx Inc., creator of a hand-held chemical analyzer for consumers, has appointed Tom Gruber as the new chief executive officer effective July 10, 2015.
Harvard Engineering, a designer, developer and manufacturer of energy saving lighting solutions, announced the appointment of Paul Hussey as the company’s new chief executive officer.
California has awarded San Diego-based Envision Solar International Inc. a one-year contract to supply its solar-powered electric car recharging stations to state departments and municipal agencies, the company said Thursday. The contract could be extended through 2018.
A subsidiary of Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. has acquired Transaction Wireless Inc., a San Diego firm that specializes in prepaid digital gift cards for mobile devices such as phones, as well as social media.