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San Diego-based Cireson recently opened an office in Tokyo.
San Diego-based video game developer Psyonix Inc. has signed a multiple-floor lease as it expands into downtown’s 1 Columbia Place, according to office tower owner Emmes Realty Services of California LLC.
Proficio, a Carlsbad-based provider of managed cybersecurity detection and response services, has raised $12 million in an international funding round.
Two San Diego companies will bask in recognition during the annual consumer electronics show, set for early January in Las Vegas.
Qualcomm Inc. said Nov. 18 that it started its tender offer for all outstanding shares of NXP Semiconductors N.V.
…according to retired Rear Adm. Ken Slaght, president of San Diego Cyber Center of Excellence, a nonprofit dedicated to accelerating the region’s cybersecurity economy and positioning it as a global hub for cyber innovation.
Qualcomm Inc. announced plans to join China-based Tencent in a videogame and entertainment venture built on mobile communication devices.
ViaSat Inc. announced late Nov. 15 that it has decided to sell 6.5 million shares of common stock in a follow-on offering.
Engineering firm Southern California Soil & Testing Inc. has changed its name to SCST, the company announced Tuesday.
The CEO of local cybersecurity startup PacketSled has resigned following an outburst on social media in which he threatened to take out President-elect Donald Trump with a sniper rifle.
ViaSat Inc. has acquired Ireland-based Arconics for undisclosed terms, the company announced on Nov. 14.
Popular venture capitalist and author Brad Feld will speak at a local event put on by startup support groups Techstars and San Diego Sport Innovators.
Cybersecurity software specialist Forcepoint has named Timothy A. McDonough chief marketing officer. McDonough started in the new job Nov. 7.
Local science technology firm Illumina Inc. has teamed up with the Mayo Clinic to further Mayo’s genetic and genomic research.
TECH: System Can Estimate Traffic Speeds And Spot Pedestrians
For a long time, several tech companies serving the transportation industry have made San Diego their home. The common threads running through their businesses are video cameras and trip data. A camera in the cab of a big rig provides an extra set of eyes on the driver, the road and everything going on around them.