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Local startup RinseKit landed a spot on ABC’s hit TV show Shark Tank airing later this week.
Brookfield Residential will soon offer virtual reality tours of homes it’s hasn’t yet built in San Marcos.
San Diego electronic component maker RF Industries Ltd. on Jan. 27 reported a fourth-quarter net loss of $3.02 million on revenue of $8.08 million.
HypeVR, a small software company flying under the radar in San Diego, is partnering with Intel Corp. on the tech giant’s virtual reality headset, Project Alloy.
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Netflix tells you what movies and television shows you might like. Music-streaming service Spotify provides listeners with suggestions for what to try next.
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A sales presentation for San Diego-based Tapestry Solutions Inc. often involves a trip to another corner of the country — to a Boeing Co. plant in the Pacific Northwest. On the factory floor where Boeing (NYSE: BA) assembles its large passenger jets, prospective customers get a glimpse of how the Tapestry Solutions software works.
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Qualcomm Inc. has been called many things — particularly in court documents — but no one has called the company fragile, brittle or unstable. In the 32 years since its formation, the company that has packed ever more functionality into the smartphone has shown itself to be resilient.
Apple Inc. has filed two complaints against Qualcomm Inc. in the Chinese court system, Qualcomm announced on Jan. 25. The move comes after Apple filed suit against Qualcomm in U.S. federal court last week.
Proficio, the Carlsbad-based cybersecurity company, has named Dustin Ritter chief marketing officer.
ViaSat Inc. broke ground Jan. 19 on a campus in Bryan, Texas, near the main campus of Texas A&M University.
Federal transportation officials named the San Diego region one of 10 proving grounds for autonomous vehicles, making the announcement Jan. 19.
Apple Inc. has sued Qualcomm Inc. for $1 billion, according to published reports.
Kyocera Corp. continues to produce smartphones that take a beating if that’s what’s required of them. Its DuraForce PRO can reportedly survive a 30-minute bath in 2 meters of water (that’s 6½ feet). And yes, they take pictures underwater. The phone automatically switches from touchscreen controls to physical buttons when it gets wet.
The Center for Toxicology and Environmental Health, a consulting firm based in Little Rock, Ark., has opened a Southern California office in Carlsbad and has hired a San Diego State University alumnus to run it.
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A huge rectangular box rises 25 feet above the factory floor at Boeing Co.’s El Segundo satellite plant, making the people below it look like ants. In a few months, the hopes of Carlsbad-based ViaSat Inc. — a $1.4 billion Carlsbad satellite technology company — will ride with that box into space.