TuSimple, a business with offices in Beijing and San Diego which hopes to produce a self-driving truck, has been on the road this summer.
Nanome Inc., a UC San Diego-based business whose core business is virtual reality software, rolled out a new product called Matryx at the end of August. Matryx is an open-source platform with a bounty system that encourages people to collaborate on STEM projects (that is, projects that involve science, technology, engineering and mathematics).
Qelzal has started flight safety testing of its sensor system for drones and other autonomous vehicles.
Inseego Corp. took out a three-year, $48 million loan from Highbridge Capital Management LLC in late August.
RESEARCH: Sweat May Run Wearable Devices; University Applies for Patent
Sweat is no longer the annoying byproduct of work, the thing that soaks a cotton shirt during vigorous exercise. It can be something more.
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The shop at Memjet’s Rancho Bernardo headquarters has a 19-inch rack that in most other places would hold computer servers. This one, however, holds something more: printer’s ink.
San Diego intends to compete for Amazon.com Inc.’s second headquarters.
Sempra Energy’s $9.45 billion deal to obtain ownership interest in Texas energy giant Oncor Electric took a step forward on Wednesday.
San Diego chipmaker Anokiwave said on Sept. 5 that it wrapped up its series C funding round.
San Diego’s DNA intelligence company Human Longevity has developed an algorithm that can predict what people look like using only their genome sequence.
Qualcomm Inc. plans to introduce a chip that will help orient self-driving vehicles to their environments.
Due in part the cameo appearance of a former Google executive, San Diego Venture Group saw record attendance at its annual Venture Summit this week.
Local nonprofit Startup San Diego, the mostly-virtual organization that puts on Startup Week each year, is looking to put down roots and open a physical location in Downtown San Diego.
Oakland-headquartered Mynd, which describes itself as a “tech-powered” residential rental property management company, has acquired San Diego-based Pacific Shore Management for an undisclosed price.
Sports analytics company Hookit has raised $16 million in growth capital to build out technology in machine learning and predictive analytics.