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POWER: Co.’s System Adjusts Environment in Empty Rooms
Hotels waste a lot of energy when they heat and cool the booked — yet empty — rooms of travelers. And those sky-high utility bills end up taking a sizable chunk from the hotel’s bottom line.
More than 900 million Android smartphones and tablets equipped with Qualcomm chips and software have security flaws that could give a hacker root access to the device — that is, complete control of it.
Medtech giant Illumina Inc. announced a partnership with Oregon-based tech firm FlowJo LLC to develop and co-market software for analyzing single-cell, next-generation sequencing data.
Revenue rose 5 percent but net income dipped for ViaSat Inc. when the electronics and communications company reported first-quarter earnings on Aug. 9.
Intel Corp. has agreed to acquire San Diego-based Nervana Systems, the semiconductor giant announced Tuesday.
Turtle Beach Corp., which makes gaming headsets and other headphones, revealed a second quarter net loss on Aug. 8, as well as plans to explore strategic options with its HyperSound line.
Qualcomm Inc. announced on Aug. 7 that it signed a patent license agreement with Vivo Communication Technology Co. Ltd. of China. The news came one week after Qualcomm (Nasdaq: QCOM) announced a pact with a second Chinese company, GuangDong OPPO Mobile Telecommunications Corp. Ltd.
Carlsbad-based Enviance named Amy Stelling as its CEO.
Tapestry Solutions Inc., a unit of the Boeing Co., has promoted Robin Wright to president, effective Aug. 6.
Novatel Wireless Inc., which is recasting itself as a specialist in the Internet of Things, cut its net loss to $2.7 million, or 5 cents per share, and grew its total net revenues to $62.8 million in its second quarter, which ended June 30.
Renovate America, the largest provider of clean energy financing for an initiative called PACE, announced Wednesday that it had acquired CakeSystems, a Portland-based software provider for home energy modeling.
Medical imaging software developer StatRad said Tuesday it has received a $13 million equity investment from an undisclosed institutional partner active in health care information technology.
Cybersecurity startup AttackIQ Inc. has raised $7.8 million in equity financing, according to a recent form filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc. said it has conducted the first successful flight of a company-owned Predator A remotely piloted aircraft at its Unmanned Aircraft System Flight Training Academy in Grand Forks, N.D.
Mitek, a San Diego-based identity verification software company focused on mobile technology, on Thursday posted a 19 percent year-over-year decline in third-quarter GAAP net income amid a 41 percent jump in revenue.