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A startup company at work on a unique medical device — a photosynthetic scaffold technology that helps restore damaged or diseased tissue — won a university business competition and $6,000.
Proximity beacon technology, such as that produced by Qualcomm Inc., is ready for prime time.
Marketing: Digitaria Hoping Big on Mars Will Make Big Impact on Clients
Digitaria, a digital marketing and advertising agency based in San Diego’s East Village, is developing a business unit that will specialize in software applications for mobile devices.
SOFTWARE: Marketing Videos and Analytics Used To Determine Best Prospects
Kim Folsom has blended two areas she knows well — video marketing technology and financial education — to create a software platform for helping financial professionals gain small-business clients.
TECH: Concerns Over Shareholder Value Said To Be Driving Campaign
Novatel Wireless Inc., a San Diego maker of wireless modems and other communication components, was notified by a shareholder group that it’s unhappy with the way the company is managed and wants two seats on its board of directors, setting up a possible proxy fight.
Mind Solutions Inc., a San Diego company developing a headset that can operate smartphones and tablets through "mind power," said it received a $1 million funding commitment from an unnamed source, allowing it to further the development of its proprietary mobile headset.
West Partners said it recently closed an investment in NoteVault Inc., a Carlsbad-based technology company. The amount of the investment was not disclosed.
San Diego-based TVC Capital LLC has invested an additional $2.5 million in Denver software maker Levels Beyond, the companies said on April 3.
LPL Financial LLC, the independent broker-dealer that has about 2,000 employees here, celebrated the opening of its 13-floor, new office tower in the University Towne Center neighborhood April 2.
San Diego-based EDF Renewable Energy recently placed an order with Vestas for 194 megawatts of wind-powered generators. Vestas is a Danish manufacturer, seller, installer and servicer of wind turbines.
Telecommunications regulators in India approved Qualcomm Inc.’s sale of its stake in a wireless joint venture to Bharti Airtel Ltd., the Economic Times of India reported March 29.
Parallax Capital Partners and StepStone Group said on March 31 that they had inked a definitive agreement to buy DivX LLC, the San Diego-based video technology company, from Silicon Valley-based Rovi Corp. for up to $75 million.
A fantasy world built by San Diego videogame developers — with an unusual amount of help from the public — has graduated to the beta test phase.
INNOVATION: Technology Produces a 3-D Image of Feet To Create Custom Insoles
Glen Hinshaw was so dedicated to ensuring his three-dimensional foot scanner was made correctly he took up residence at a few factories in China for about a year and a half.
TECH: Study Urges Players To Target Private Sector, as Well as Public, for Clients
Armed with a new snapshot of San Diego’s tech cluster, local officials have pledged to make cybersecurity a bigger part of the region’s economy.