In the midst of opening statements for Apple's antitrust trial against Qualcomm, the two companies announced a settlement agreement.
U.S. News and World Report has ranked UC San Diego’s Jacobs School of Engineering at No. 11 among the nation’s graduate engineering schools.
UTC-based startup incubator ThinkTank is accepting a new cohort of startups. Applications are due April 30.
SDBJ 500 recap: As head of JLabs San Diego, Kara Bortone helps translate science and technology findings into marketable consumer goods, from pharmaceuticals to medical devices.
San Diego's Airport Innovation Lab welcomed five startups into its second cohort.
LEGAL: Tech Landscape Changes Would Go Beyond Two Cos.
Qualcomm Inc. and Apple Inc. will face each other in court again, in another important legal skirmish putting billions of dollars and Qualcomm’s licensing business at stake.
San Diego’s Sorrento Therapeutics has accused biotech entrepreneur Patrick Soon-Shiong of a “catch and kill” scheme to keep a drug off the market, according to a complaint filed in Los Angeles Superior Court.
Bridgepoint Capital acquired a majority stake in San Diego software company Kyriba.
Sempra Energy subsidiary SoCalGas has received a grant from the California Energy Commission to advance its research in renewable energy extraction.
Indeed, insurance is only one use for the technology. Telematics helps fleet managers track their far-flung assets and stay on top of maintenance and fuel expenses.
Brain Corp. expects to launch autonomous delivery robots as soon as early 2020.
Audio accessories brand Turtle Beach (Nasdaq: HEAR) approved a $15 million share buyback on Wednesday.
SECURITY: Need for Skilled Workers Increasing; Economic Impact is $2.2B
There is a world of threats out there trying to hack into the computers of companies, government agencies and private individuals. San Diego’s cybersecurity sector will have no shortage of work protecting systems and data from these online intruders.
EvoNexus will launch a new fintech incubator in UTC, in tandem with new partners Franklin Templeton and Royal Bank of Canada.
San Diego startups raised $204 million in venture capital in the first quarter of 2019, according to a newly released MoneyTree report.