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TECH: Aircraft Must Remain in The Sight of Operator
The Federal Aviation Administration has issued its first rules covering the commercial use of drones. The rules take effect in late August.
In a nod to the estimated 110 startups downtown, San Diego civic leaders took the wraps off the Collaboratory for Downtown Innovation on June 28.
San Diego-based ParentsWare Inc. has changed its name to Eturi Corp. as it looks to expand its market beyond the parents of children and teens.
Qualcomm Inc. plans to demonstrate very fast, fifth-generation wireless communications technology during a trade show in Shanghai beginning June 29.
Google plans to open an office in the tech-heavy San Diego neighborhood of Sorrento Mesa.
Grandpoint Bank, parent of La Jolla-based Regents Bank, has created a new division to address growing concerns about cybercrime within the banking industry.
Qualcomm Inc. said June 23 that it took legal action against the Chinese company Meizu, filing a complaint in the Beijing Intellectual Property Court.
TECH: Co.’s Mission Is To Bring ‘Fundamental Transformation’
Dan Goldin shows off the artwork in his office suite: large photos of a skier barreling down a steep slope, a surfer riding a giant wave and a sailor standing precariously on the high side of a small sailboat.
ViaSat Inc. plans to put its Texas work force in a new, 80,000-square-foot campus outside College Station, a short distance from Texas A&M University.
The Federal Aviation Administration on June 21 issued its first rules covering the commercial use of drones. The rules take effect in late August.
Reflexion Health, a San Diego digital health company, has landed $18 million in a Series B round led by inside investors, the company announced Wednesday.
A San Diego medtech giant is one of the “smartest” companies out there, according to MIT Technology Review, which Tuesday released its annual list of 50 companies that have created new markets or taken risks to disrupt an existing marketplace.
More than one-fifth of technology executives in the San Diego area plan to expand their IT teams in the second half of 2016, according to a survey released Tuesday by Robert Half Technology.